News; Cartographers, historians launch unique online Czech history atlas; British participants in Prague Uprising honoured; Kher publishers, a ‘home’ for Romani writing.
The Czech Academy of Sciences has launched a unique online atlas of Czech history, put together by history and cartography experts.
Among the ceremonies marking the 76th anniversary of the Prague Uprising, was the unveiling of a plaque to two British servicemen whose daring deed saved many lives.
News, Vrbětice scandal gets new twist, Battle for Czech Radio , Sazava Monastery reconstruction, Contemporary Czech poetry
May 5 marks the 76 anniversary since the beginning of the Battle for Czech Radio which is traditionally seen as the start of the Prague Uprising.
Today's edition of The Czech Books You Must Read focuses on two representatives of contemporary Czech poetry, Petr Hruška and Milan Děžinský.
The news site Seznam has accused Deputy PM Jan Hamáček of wanting to hush up Russia’s involvement in the 2014 Vrbětice blasts in return for one million Sputnik vaccines.
News, Czechs' trust in govt lowest in EU, Museums and galleries reopen, Namibian Czechs
A newly released Eurobarometer survey places the Czech Republic at the bottom of the EU ladder when it comes to trust in government.
Two leading Czech cultural institutions, the National Museum and the National Gallery, opened their doors to the public on Tuesday.