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Top architects and planners to share insights with Prague public

What are today’s most pressing housing challenges? What are the current trends in residential development? And how to plan and build for well-being? These are among the questions that will be discussed in Prague this week by some of the world’s leading architects and urban planners, who will be attending the annual reSITE conference.

 
 
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Prague takes emergency measures after…

Emergency steps have been taken to close one of Prague’s main bridges to traffic after a report highlighting its…

 
 
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Health state of Russian hacking suspect…

A Russian newspaper says that the health of Yevgeny Nikulin, accused by the US of hacking computers at top companies…

 
 
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The downside of plastics recycling…

The Czech environmental group Arnika is ringing alarm bells. According to the results of a recent study it conducted…

 
 
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Czech family excited about presidential…

Polling stations around the country opened on Friday for Czechs to cast their vote in presidential elections. What are…

 
 
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UNICEF’s “Adopt a Doll, Save a Child…

“Adopt a Doll, Save a life” is a project launched by the Czech branch of UNICEF fifteen years ago. Over that time it…

 
 
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Ballroom dancing still part of the…

Czechoslovakia gained independence in 1918. But even now, after nearly a century you can find customs and traditions…

 
 
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Czech president of Liberland outlines…

A different Czech president from Miloš Zeman recently looked back at a busy 2017 and future expansion plans in Africa…

 
 
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Thank You and Happy New Year to all our…

As the year draws to a close all of us here at the English department of Radio Prague would like to thank our devoted…

 
 
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Poll: Most Czechs want easing of…

One of the most notable legal changes in the Czech Republic this year has been a ban on smoking in pubs and restaurants…

 
 
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Czechoslovak divorce helped relations…

Katrin Taussig was born in Slovakia but spent nearly half of her life in Prague, where she lives with her Czech husband…

 
 
 
 
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