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Jiří Prskavec won the first ever Czech Olympic gold medal in the kayak/canoe slalom on Friday. Just a few hours later, Lukáš Krpálek solidified his dominance in the heavyweight judo category, bringing the Czech Olympic Team’s gold medal tally up to three. Meanwhile, Czech women have reached the finals in both the singles and doubles tournament, gua…
 
The Czech Defence Ministry has developed a programme to help Afghan translators and other support staff who served with Czech troops in Afghanistan. The latest version of the programme is set to be put forward to the government at a special meeting on Friday. However, some civic initiatives and opposition politicians have been critical of what they…
 
The history of the Czech nation during the tumultuous twentieth century is the subject of a new major exhibition opening up this Friday in the National Museum in Prague. Around 2,000 square metres of space in the museum’s New Building are dedicated to the exhibit, which mixes historical artefacts with multi-media presentations to bring the period a…
 
The recently published Modern Prague Map brings together 50 of the most significant examples of 20th century architecture in the Czech capital. Featuring photos by Tomáš Souček, the coolly designed, bilingual map is the creation of Adam Štěch. I asked the architectural historian and writer how he’d made the selection.…
 
A fifteen-minute drive north of Karlovy Vary, Jáchymov is the oldest radon spa in the world. First established as a silver mining settlement, the town became a popular spa destination at the beginning of the 20th century. But in the 1950s, local spa life all but ceased, as Jáchymov became the site of infamous forced labour camps for political priso…
 
The Czech Defence Ministry has developed a programme to help Afghan translators and other support staff who served with Czech troops in Afghanistan. The latest version of the programme is set to be put forward to the government at a special meeting on Friday. However, some civic initiatives and opposition politicians have been critical of what they…
 
For the first time in 85 years the Czech Olympic team in Tokyo includes an equestrian group. Four Czech riders qualified for the Olympics this year and will be showing off their skills in the next two weeks. Among them is a promising young horse and a billionaire’s daughter.
 
The Czech Republic is not a country that people normally associate with the Celts, but the fact is that they have a firm place in Czech history. Celtic culture has many fans in the Czech Republic who annually organize a Lughnasadh harvest festival in the small town of Nasavrky, east of Prague, to celebrate the country’s Celtic roots.…
 
The warm weather and the easing of coronavirus restrictions have put Czechs back in a spending mood with the country’s largest bank Česká Sporitelna reporting a record number of transactions in June, beating even December’s Christmas sales. Despite the positive signal for the economy, pubs, bars and restaurants are still struggling to overcome the …
 
The Czech Republic’s first medal at the 2021 Tokyo Olympic Games was won on Monday by canoeist Lukáš Rohan in the water slalom category. Just hours later, fencer Alexander Choupenitch added another medal, this time bronze, breaking a century long spell on Olympic medals for the Czech fencing team.
 
US historian Timothy Snyder is a leading specialist in the history of Central and Eastern Europe and World War II. He also takes a keen interest in contemporary international affairs and his latest book explores how Russia revolutionised information warfare. Recently journalist Filip Nerad interviewed the Yale academic for the programme Interview P…
 
US historian Timothy Snyder is a leading specialist in the history of Central and Eastern Europe and World War II. He also takes a keen interest in contemporary international affairs and his latest book explores how Russia revolutionised information warfare. Recently journalist Filip Nerad interviewed the Yale academic for the programme Interview P…
 
The opening ceremony of the 32nd Olympic Games began in Tokyo at one o’clock on Friday afternoon (Prague time), in a stadium designed to hold tens of thousands but without a single sports fan in attendance, due to the coronavirus pandemic. Also missing from the “Parade of Nations” were heartbroken Czech athletes and officials who had tested positiv…
 
The history of the Czech nation during the tumultuous twentieth century is the subject of a new major exhibition opening up this Friday in the National Museum in Prague. Around 2,000 square metres of space in the museum’s New Building are dedicated to the exhibit, which mixes historical artefacts with multi-media presentations to bring the period a…
 
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