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The latest on the Holocaust memorial and redevelopment plans for the Bubny train station
The Holocaust memorial at the Bubny train station shows how a project dedicated to remembering the past can play a part in revitalizing a neighbourhood in the future.
Lower house approves bill to compensate victims of forced sterilization
A bill on providing compensation for people who were forcibly or otherwise illegally sterilised in the past was approved by the lower house of Parliament on June 4th.
St.Havel's Church gets new bell thanks to crowdfunding
There is now a bell ringing in St. Havel's church in Old Town for the first time since the 1940s.
Winners of design competition for Lety Memorial announced
It took thirty years for the Czech authorities to buy out a pig farm that was built on the site of a WWII concentration camp for Romani and Sinti people at Lety in South…
Prague’s famous Lennon Wall undergoing transformation
The Lennon Wall, located in a secluded square in Malá Strana near the French embassy, had long been a traditional place where anybody was free to do any type of graffiti…
Museum offers multimedia experience of fires that devastated Prague over centuries
The popularity of disaster movies shows how people are fascinated by catastrophes, natural and otherwise. Now there’s a permanent exhibition by the City of Prague Museum…