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#FlashbackFriday : Nixon’s secret visit to Prague

While planning to run for president a second time, Richard Nixon visited communist Czechoslovakia Add a comment
 

Flow East tour gets 1,000 applicants

More tours of the developer’s landmarks will be held due to high demand Add a comment
 

Video: Not just another fish tale

US footballer shows patience to a young patient Add a comment
 

Colours of Ostrava sets record

Almost 41,000 attended the four-day festival in North Moravia Add a comment
 
Festival headliner reinterprets his Led Zeppelin hits and previews a new album Add a comment
 

#FlashbackFriday : The tragedy and the miracle of JAT Flight 367

While there is a theory the plane was shot down, most ascribe 1972 crash on Czechoslovak border to a bomb Add a comment
 

Mucha's Slav Epic goes on display in Japan

Prague hopes to boost ties with Tokyo to encourage tourism Add a comment
 

Failed Hitler assassin focus of exhibition

Czech exhibition highlights Colonel von Stauffenberg Add a comment
 

Most Czechs back registered homosexual partnership

But less than half support marriage and the right to adopt Add a comment
 

Four-fifths of Czechs not afraid of HIV

Number of patients has been rising as fear diminishes Add a comment
 

Runners celebrate 750th anniversary

Prague to Italy journey made by a priest is commemorated Add a comment
 

Culture Ministry adds 43 monuments to list

Hotel AXA and Masaryk tower are among the buildings listed in the first half of 2014 Add a comment
 

#FlashbackFriday : When President Clinton came to Prague

It’s been a little more than 20 years since Clinton played the sax at Reduta Add a comment
 

Throne from GoT comes to Karlovy Vary

Fans can have pictures taken with prop that may outshine many other stars at annual film festival Add a comment
 

Changing lives through music

Jullian Lloyd Webber grew up in a household resounding with music. Add a comment
 

Exhibition: Martin Rajniš at DOX

One of the designers of the Maj store now promotes ‘natural architecture’ Add a comment
 

Exhibition at Prague Castle looks at forced labor in Nazi Germany

Display shines a light on abhorrent labor camps of World War II Add a comment
 

It's Fajt: National Gallery appoints new director

Art historian Jiří Fajt, nemesis of longtime former director, takes up post after tumultuous intrigue at state institution Add a comment
 

A different perspective

The Daily Overview takes a fresh look at the world around us Add a comment
 

Exhibition: Lady Jackdaw at Corte di Angelo

Young artist paints to make the world more beautiful Add a comment
 

Musical director of National Theatre Opera resigns

Robert Jindra tenders resignation, says he no longer believes in the theater’s project of transformation Add a comment
 

Klimt painting, considered lost, unveiled at National Gallery

‘Lady with a Muff’ was thought to be missing for decades Add a comment
 

#FlashbackFriday : Milada Horáková, the voice of truth

Politician was executed today 64 years ago for fighting Stalinist show trails, refusing to follow the script Add a comment
 

The talented Mr. Cimrman speaks ... English!

Most famous Czech may be a literary figure who remains unseen, but English-language play now provides non-Czechs the key to understand him Add a comment
 

Czech museums highlight World War I from different angles

With 100-year of Franz Ferdinand’s assassination fast approaching, a ceremony in Brno will restage the fatal attack Add a comment
 

Slovak exhibition allows visitors to trample Czech flag

Cultural institutions support the idea despite criticism from public, ambassador Add a comment
 

Eastern Europeans still prefer shopping malls

New survey finds some regional trends, but price is the key factor everywhere Add a comment
 

Exhibit: Families Gone To Ash at the American Center

American photographer is trying document Terezín survivors around the world Add a comment
 

Prague Stonehenge

Sun sets over the rear of St Vitus Cathedral when viewed from Charles Bridge Add a comment
 

#FlashbackFriday : The voice of the revolution

One very emotive song by Marta Kubišová, who is the subject of a new documentary, crystallized dissidents’ struggle for freedom from communism Add a comment