The case of Leopold Hilsner, a Jewish vagrant convicted in 1899 for the ritual murder of a Christian girl, may be on the path to re-examination.
A new survey indicates that 48 percent of Czechs do not eat a single serving of fruits or vegetables every day. I discussed this with nutrition expert Dr. Eliška Selinger.
Prague’s Radio 1 was the first non-state station in Czechoslovakia after the fall of communism. Decades later, the story of the station is the subject of a new book.
A three-day wine festival, or vinobraní, has just taken place in the Moravian town of Znojmo. Highlights included a “march of John of Luxembourg”, complete with fire show.
Vašo Patejdl, who recently passed away at the age of 68, was considered to be one Czechoslovakia’s biggest hit-makers.
Museum Kampa, an institution best-known for the works of František Kupka and other leading Czech modern artists, first opened its doors in 2003.
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The Venus of Petřkovice, a statuette from the late Stone Age period believed to be 23,000 years old and valued at EUR 50 million.