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Czechs Celebrate 20th Anniversary Of The Velvet Revolution

Today is the day when 20 years ago crowds of people, students mainly, marched to Wenceslas Square in Prague to express their discontent with ruling then Communist regime. Many of those rebels who took part in that demonstration were severely bitten by sta
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Czech Scientists Created Replicas Of Terracotta Warriors Shoes

Czech scientists, faculty of Tomas Bata Technology University in Zlín, managed to create replicas of shoes of so called terracotta warriors made some 2,200 years ago. The statues of the Terracotta Warriors and Horses (or The Terracotta Army) were created
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Crisis Makes Czech Companies Greener

Today’s economic crisis makes managers of almost all companies in all fields wonder how it is possible to cut everyday costs even more. And this kind of situation creates an excellent opportunities for providers of green technologies, for they can notably

Czech Scientists Enhanced Cancer Treatment

A group of Czech scientists working for the Czech Academy of Sciences Molecular Genetics Institute with Michal Dvorak on the head, according to the Academy media department report to the ČTK, made recently a very important discovery – they managed to get

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Polish fastener supplier lures Prague residents with beer tours
Sceptics will smile slyly. After all, to lure the citizens of a country where brewing beer has long been a matter of national pride is a controversial idea. Nevertheless, the outskirts of Warsaw prove to be quite hospitable to beer lovers.
Beer Festival begins in Pilsen
This year the festival will be held from July 31 to August 1 and promises to be one of the most exciting beer events of the summer.
Exhibition of unique photographs of Vaclav Havel opened in Prague
Photo exhibition dedicated to the last president of Czechoslovakia and the first president of the Czech Republic, Vaclav Havel, was opened in Prague today. From June 25 to July 6 its visitors will be able to see unique photos provided by the journalistic agency ČTK. On these photos Vaclav Havel appears not only as a president, but as a vibrant, eccentric and temperamental personality.