Wednesday, 22 May 2019

Life

Edvard Beneš's personal items now part of National Museum's collections

Radio Prague |
6 May 2019

Personal items belonging to the second Czechoslovak president Edvard Beneš and his wife Hana, including the late president's shaving kit and walking stick, have become part of the collection of the Czech National Museum in Prague.

Jobspin Multilingual Job Fair in Prague

Jobspin.cz |
3 May 2019

Looking for multilingual employees? Join the JobSpin.cz Multilingual Job Fair at Anglo-American University on Saturday. This job fair is perfect for candidates with excellent language skills and international education or work experience.

Honest Guide: Prague Castle for dummies

Prague TV |
3 May 2019

Prague Castle is a castle complex dating from the 9th century. Enough of Wikipedia, let's see the real thing. Here's the number one tip you need when visiting the Prague Castle.

Life in Vysočina

UniMedia |
29 April 2019

An interview with 27-year-old Pastor and Charles University graduate Filip Boháč.

Kingsday Party

Prague TV |
26 April 2019

The fourth annual King's Day celebration in Prague at Mosaic House will take place on April 27. King's Day is a day of celebration for the Dutch.

Several fires planned for Witches Night

Prague TV |
26 April 2019

Interest seems to grow every year in Witches Night. In the Czech Republic as well as some nearby countries an effigy of a witch is burned on a bonfire on April 30.

Czech Republic's cultural heritage to go online

Radio Prague |
26 April 2019

The Czech Republic's cultural heritage is set to become more accessible than ever after the Ministry of Culture announced it will create a freely accessible central database of the country's heritage online.

Prague exhibit depicts the most iconic buildings of Central Europe's socialist modernism

Radio Prague |
25 April 2019

A new exhibition has opened up in the Czech Centres Gallery. Featuring over 100 images and a number of three dimensional models it gives visitors the chance to study the symbolic buildings of Central Europe's post-war socialist architecture.

WWII vet returns to grateful Czech people

CBS Minnesota |
24 April 2019

Photographs will fade over time, but Richard Piper's memories of his service are crystal clear. For the World War II soldier, bullets, bombs and bodies are impossible to forget.

Previously inaccesible part of Capuchin Terraces open to public

Brno Daily |
24 April 2019

Brno's Capuchin Terraces opened yesterday in a ribbon-cutting ceremony. They were under renovation since last autumn.

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