News; Queen Elizabeth II remembered by former ambassador to UK; King Charles III: How then prince helped save Prague architecture; The Bohemian Queen who saved London.
Not many people outside of Czechia know that Charles visited the country several times after the fall of communism and set up a heritage fund with Václav Havel.
Two-time Olympic champion and world-record holder Barbora Špotáková officially announced that she is ending her professional career as a javelin thrower on Friday.
The former Czech ambassador to the UK Michael Žantovský recalls his encounters with Queen Elizabeth II, who passed away on Thursday.
News; “Hard discussion” seen at energy ministers meeting Friday; Jewish tombstones broken up for paving stones made into new Prague monument; Czech Tiger King
The City of Pilsen has completed a decade-long renovation of the Semler Residence, a striking interwar apartment designed by the pioneering modernist architect Adolf Loos.
A new monument has been unveiled in Prague made out of fragments of Jewish tombstones that were cut up into cobblestones during the Communist era.
All eyes will be on Brussels on Friday, when Europe’s energy ministers meet to discuss ways of tackling soaring power prices, with major divisions on how to move forward.
News; Symbol of freedom Lennon Wall gets fresh look in EU presidency event; Ministry looking for Ukrainian teachers; Czech archeologists in Sudan.
Prague’s graffiti-covered John Lennon Wall was a symbol of freedom in the final decade of communism. Now it has been repainted by artists from all around Europe.