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Prague’s Lennon Wall gets new face as 30 Years of Freedom celebrations slowly get underway

John Lennon’s wall in Prague, which features a wide array of thematic street art, is a popular destination for tourists and a symbolic site of Czech opposition to the communist regime. Now its surface features a whole array of new pieces. Thanks to a special event organised during the occasion of the 30 Years of Freedom celebrations, 20 artists from a multitude of countries added their artwork carrying messages of peace.

 
 
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More and more Czechs choosing to fly…

More and more Czechs are booking private flights, according to a report released by the website e15 this week. The…

 
 
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Prague planning to ban beer bikes from…

Viewing the sights of Prague from a beer bike with a cold lager in hand and fifteen friends around you may seem like…

 
 
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Bílá Hora – a last resort for die-hard…

Despite the spell of unseasonably warm weather, most of the country’s skiing resorts are still in operation, thanks to…

 
 
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Bílá Hora – a last resort for die-hard…

Despite the spell of unseasonably warm weather, most of the country’s skiing resorts are still in operation, thanks to…

 
 
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Masopust – a carnivalesque, moveable…

“Masopust”, the time of carnivals which historically ended on Ash Wednesday, is the oldest continuous holiday feast in…

 
 
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Czech kayaker on crossing Europe

Nearly four years ago, in April 2015, Czech adventurer Jiří Oliva set off on a journey to fulfil his dream: travelling…

 
 
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Jeseníky – A tough but beautiful…

They may not feature sharp alpine peaks, but the Jeseníky Mountains are beautiful in their own right. The Silesian…

 
 
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Smržovka – a haven for luge riders

It used to be a common form of transport and fun in winter months centuries ago, but its popularity receded with the…

 
 
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“When we returned we were amazed how…

The great traveller Miroslav Zikmund turned 100 on Thursday. For Czechoslovaks unable to travel much under communism…

 
 
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Boží Dar – “God’s gift” to skiers

The skiing season is in full swing here in the Czech Republic and ski resorts all around the country are reporting…

 
 
 
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Prague’s Lennon Wall gets new face as...

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