News; Czech scientists develop ‘drones with brains’ to make crowd surveillance far easier; Broumov Monastery alive with the sound of (French Horn) music; Český Krumlov.
The centuries-old Benedictine abbey near the Polish border is hosting International Horn Courses for aspiring artists from around the globe.
Fights and injuries occurring inside large groups of people could soon be easier to detect, thanks to a new Czech-developed crowd surveillance system.
News; Memory of the Nation to open first multimedia institute; Prague plans to install its first urban pigeon loft; Veteran Mania! displays vintage Czechoslovak motorcycles
Škoda Auto increased its year-on-year sales revenue by 35.2 percent in the first half of 2021, reaching EUR 10.2 billion.
Councillors in Prague's Žižkov district have decided to install the country’s first urban pigeon loft.
Memory of the Nation collects testimony from people who fought against Nazism and Communism, or fell victim to them. Its first multimedia institute opens in October.
The Veteran Mania exhibition now underway at Prague’s Výstaviště fairgrounds is a must-see for anyone interested in 20th transportation in Czechoslovakia.
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Prague metro transported a total of 251,423 passengers last year, more than 40 percent fewer than in 2019, suggests the Technical Road Administration annual report.