Antonín Dvořák’s famous and much loved opera Rusalka received its world premiere 120 years ago, on March 31, 1901.
Property restitution became one of the cornerstones of the transformation of the Czech economy after the fall of communism in 1989.
No Night So Dark - series telling the remarkable story of the Wels family. Part 5.
Rudolf Wels has qualified as an architect in Vienna and has been working in the office of the legendary Adolf Loos. But in 1914 war breaks out.
Interest in small one, or two bedroom flats is growing. Experts believe the cause is a mix of high prices toghether with the phenomenon of couples living separately.
News; Czechs mourn their dead on Old Town Square, British Queen's visit to Czechia remembered 25 years on; Small flats increasingly popular among Czechs
This Saturday marks exactly 25 years since the visit of the British monarch to the Czech Republic.
Prague’s Old Town Square, which is covered with close to 25,000 crosses, has become a place of mourning where people come to say a prayer and pay tribute to loved ones.
News round-up; Police officers to check compliance with quarantine rules; Brno buildings stripped of protective status at risk; Czech cartoon classics for children.
Due to registration errors before the Velvet Revolution, buildings that were or should be designated as cultural monuments lost their protected status.