Wednesday, 26 July 2017


Ice skating rink on Ovocný trh opens

Prague.TV |
8 December 2009

The City of Prague together with Prague 1 has prepared this facility, which will remain open free of charge until January 6. Skates can be rented on spot for CZL 50.

This rubbish is a load of art

Gusto |
7 December 2009

Stewart and I went on a hike a few days ago and came across a house in Roztoky whose yard is adorned with all sorts of sculptures with a decidedly mammarian theme.

Discovery of Rosenberg tomb upends legend

Radio Prague |
7 December 2009

The House of Rosenberg was one of the most powerful noble families in Czech history. They were the de facto rulers of Bohemia for much of the Middle Ages, but their dynasty came to an end with the death of the celebrated Petr Vok, in 1611. Now, archaeologists in South Bohemia, where the family had its seat, have come across their family tomb, and in doing so have set straight a well-known legend that surrounds them.

Christmas in Prague |
7 December 2009

Merry-making for all across the city.

Winger plays Exit Chmelnice

Prague.TV |
7 December 2009

The veteran American metal band is currently touring in support of their latest album, Karma, which was released last October.

Around Town: A tree, a song and a beard

Prague Post |
4 December 2009

In a blend of old and new, with a dose of mulled wine mixed in, the Nov. 28 lighting of the traditional Christmas tree on Old Town Square came off without a hitch.


Journeys of Captain Oddsocks |
2 December 2009

Tábor is one of the most attractive and unusual historic towns in Bohemia.

Building cultural bridges

1 December 2009

Some of the current programs of the US Embassy in Prague have been aimed at offering educational exchanges and connections on contemporary issues that both countries share, including the impact of the financial crisis on art institutions.

When the Mariánské Lázně hunters become the hunted

Radio Prague |
30 November 2009

It is surprising where detours can sometimes take you.

Jan Žižka from Trocnov

Captain Oddsocks |
30 November 2009

Just outside Trocnov in South Bohemia, an unpaved but smooth trail leads through thick forest to a gently sloping. Near the upper end stands a colossal broad shouldered statue of Czech history's most colossal warrior, Jan Žižka.

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