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Juve's 'Gigi' to wed Czech model at Prague Castle

Czech Position |
15 June 2011

Buffon and Šeredová will tie the knot at St. Vitus Cathedral, but plans for a postnuptial bash at Hotel Kempinksi were ditched.

Talking all things sparkly with Trudi for Dolls

Prague TV |
15 June 2011

Heather O'Brien meets the designer behind a jewelry range with a growing following.

The Vltavan Club, dedicated to the Vltava River and people around it, celebrates 140th anniversary

Radio Prague |
15 June 2011

The Czech Republic's oldest continually existing association, the Vltavan Club, has marked its 140th anniversary.

14 authors in search of a Josef Škvorecký Award

Czech Position |
15 June 2011

The jury has until mid-August to narrow the field down to five finalists for the literary prize named after the famous Czech author.

Przewalski horses leave Prague for ancestral home

Czech Position |
15 June 2011

Przewalski horses bred at Prague Zoo take off for introduction into ancestral habitat in Mongolia. Test for military's new CASA plane.

Prague Quadrennial: All the world's a stage

Czech Position |
15 June 2011

The Prague Quadrennial aims to enliven the Czech capital with theater, performance, exhibitions and surprises in a variety of venues.

Long lost success? Roxette sells out Prague's O2 Arena

Prague Post |
14 June 2011

To many readers, the Velvet Violin included, the trail of Swedish pop-rockers Roxette goes somewhat cold after 1991's Joyride. All the more surprising, then, that the group succeeded where other top names have failed in selling out Prague's O2 Arena 5 June.

EuroArt Prague Festival

Prague TV |
14 June 2011

The EuroArt Prague Festival continues at the Lichtenštejnský palác (Liechtenstein Palace) until Tuesday, June 14.

Karel Och – new artistic director of the Karlovy Vary film festival

Radio Prague |
14 June 2011

When the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival gets underway in a couple of weeks, it will offer viewers nearly 200 movies across three competition categories, retrospectives, and a host of other sections. The man ultimately responsible for the selection of all of those films is Karel Och, who, at only 37 years of age, will this year serve as Karlovy Vary's artistic director for the first time.

Cobblestones honoring Holocaust victims appear on Prague streets

Czech Position |
14 June 2011

Artist Gunter Demnig's cobblestone plaques have already collectively become the single biggest Holocaust memorial in Germany.

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