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Kroměříž: the Palace of Bishops and Filmmakers

There is a Palace in Moravia like none other. You will find it in Kroměříž not far from the banks of the Morava river. What used to be a summer representative residence of the bishops and archbishops of nearby Olomouc, became a favorite film location. Inscribed in the UNESCO World Heritage list, Kroměříž is a „must see" for all travelers in eastern Czechia.

 
 
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Český Krumlov – An historic but heavily…

The city of Prague is one of the most beautiful in the world but no one visiting the Czech Republic should miss the…

 
 
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My Prague – Bianca Bellová

Bianca Bellová this year won the top Czech literary award Litera Magnesia for her novel Jezero (The Lake), an honour…

 
 
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Nové Hrady: a restoration success story…

Petr Kučera was a successful journalist and later pursued a career in politics. But twenty years ago he decided to swap…

 
 
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Telč marks 25 years as UNESCO site

This year, Prague, along with Telč and Český Krumlov, celebrates 25 years as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In the first…

 
 
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Jihlava - the city of Mahler´s…

The city of Jihlava hides a well-kept secret. Not many people know that one of the best known and admired composers of…

 
 
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Prague Castle opens state rooms…

Prague Castle has opened its doors to the public to see state rooms which were renovated over the course of the summer.…

 
 
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US publication gives Prague top marks…

U.S. News & World Report has just rated Prague as their Best Christmas Vacation, beating out nearby Vienna, which came…

 
 
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Renovation of Baroque gem underway in…

Šlechtova restuarace or Šlechta restaurant is a Baroque summer palace located in Prague’s Stromovka Park which has been…

 
 
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Gem on a hill: The Pilgrimage Church of…

Built on a small hill called Zelená hora near Žďár nad Sázavou, it is one of the most spectacular and yet unassuming…

 
 
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Czech explains how health warning…

Jakub Čech is a successful sound engineer who has worked on countless Czech films, but years of work have left him in…

 
 
 
 
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