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Kozel Chateau

Radio Prague |
17 July 2009

One of the best kept secrets among Czech castles and historic sites is the gorgeous Kozel Chateau founded in the late 18th century in western Bohemia.

Cosmetic surgery blends art and medicine

15 July 2009

As a student he used to sew trousers and jackets, later on winter dungarees for children. Today Dr. Otakar Lucák sews new noses, eyelids, bellies and breasts, using his dexterous hands to do the creative, aesthetic work as a plastic surgeon.

Joe Jackson

Prague TV |
14 July 2009

Straddling the boundaries of pop, rock, jazz and classical music, the multitalented Englishman is probably best known for the hit singles Is She Really Going Out With Him?

Pravčice Gate – the biggest sandstone formation in Europe – makes it to the semifinals of the New7Wonders contest

Radio Prague |
13 July 2009

It is one of nature’s marvels – a gate of sandstone created through millions of years of erosion. The Pravčice Gate near the Czech-Saxony border stands on the edge of a region of wondrous sandstone formations known as Bohemian Switzerland.

Former Prague Post news editor dead at 32

Prague Post |
10 July 2009

Jeffrey White died of cancer at his family's home in Newtown, Connecticut, on 29 June, just weeks after his wedding.

Rudolf Slánský: architect of Communist takeover and purge victim

Radio Prague |
9 July 2009

The fate of the once powerful and self made man was mapped out elsewhere as he became a victim of the state security system he helped create.

A jumpin' jazz tour of Bohemia

Prague Post |
10 July 2009

A breath of fresh air blows into town this weekend with the arrival of Rudy Linka's Bohemia Jazz Fest. Linka has added two cities to his annual summer jazz tour, and is once again bringing a top-tier lineup that includes Chris Potter, Medeski, Martin and Wood, Roy Haynes, Joshua Redman and Josefine Lindstrand.

Graffiti goes on tour, and this time it's legal

Prague Post |
10 July 2009

Embarking on a two-month tour of duty, the 22-year-old graffiti artist Dmitrij Proškin hopes to ignite discussion about the cross-border themes of racism, gender inequality, child abuse and the environment in several cities including Kraków, Bucharest, Sofia, Belgrade, Budapest, Bratislava and Vienna.

Czech Switzerland now a little piece of EDEN |
9 July 2009

The European Commission has recognized the region with its European Destinations of Excellence (EDEN) award for Tourism and Protected Areas.

The view from the square: a unique perspective on seven decades of Czech history

Radio Prague |
8 July 2009

From her flat on Wenceslas Square, Věra Kölbelová has had the chance to witness Czech history pass beneath her windows.

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