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Forty percent of Czechs own dogs – and many allow them in bed

For many years now, Czechs have had a reputation of being a dog-loving nation, and a recent survey carried out the STEM / MARK agency confirms that. According to the results of the study, two out of five Czech households include dogs and what is more, forty percent of Czech dog owners allow their four-legged friends into their own bed.

 
 
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Pension tension: Czechs living longer…

Czechs are living longer, but many do not live well in retirement – in terms of both their physical and financial well…

 
 
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How I became a Czech citizen

Last October, having lived in the country for just over 25 years, I became a citizen of the Czech Republic.

 
 
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Plzeň (Bohemia) students celebrate…

Chicago has been a major centre of Czech immigration to the United States since the 1850s. Today, the district of…

 
 
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Cleaner Jaroslava Dušková, a…

An in-depth survey commissioned by Czech Radio suggests that Czech society is divided into six social classes that…

 
 
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From Yakut to Sarkese: Prague event…

Thursday marks the European Day of Languages, which is celebrated annually across the continent. It aims to promote the…

 
 
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Czech festival honours ‘Good King…

Ages ago, Czech winemakers embraced St. Martin’s Day as befitting festival to uncork the season’s first wine. The…

 
 
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Gardener Filip Šimandl, a…

An in-depth survey commissioned by Czech Radio suggests that Czech society is divided into six social classes that…

 
 
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IT specialist Aleš Jeník: I have not…

An in-depth survey commissioned by Czech Radio suggests that Czech society is divided into six social classes that…

 
 
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Czech innovator receives Outstanding…

Pavel Podruh, founder of the Czech start-up Self-Sufficient Houses, has become the first Czech ever to receive the…

 
 
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Czech Radio survey: Meet a member of…

The smallest of six major social groups identified by a Czech Radio survey is the so-called class of local ties. These…

 
 
 
 
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