Are you a museum enthusiast? Prague is the place to go because besides the usual ones there are some museums in Prague that will definitely surprise you!
Have you ever heard of Antonín Kalina? Probably not. He is the (almost) unknown hero who saved 1200 Jewish children from the inhuman conditions of the Buchenwald concentration camp.
The world doesn’t really know the name of Růžena Holubová though it should. Let me tell you something about this Czech-Austrian explorer and ethnographer.
Did you know that one of the most world-renowned explorers was Czech? His name was Emil Holub and his field of expertise was Africa.
August 21, 1968 was the day when the armies of five communist countries invaded Czechoslovakia. This event is known as the Warsaw Pact Invasion of Czechoslovakia.
Her name was Růžena Brožová and she was the first person to win a Czech beauty pageant.
Would you like to know what the Czech cuisine looked like in the 50s – 80s? What was the typical way of cooking, what was on the table in the Czech households before the country opened up to the western influences? And would you like to cook a retro meal yourself? You’re in luck because …
It was the 21st june of 1621 and the 27 leaders of the Bohemian Revolt against Ferdinand II, Holy Roman Emperor (house of Habsburg) were awaiting their execution at the Old Town Square of Prague.
A white band over a red band and a blue triangle. The Czech flag is simple and easy to remember. But where did it come from? Who’s the author? Why these colors? And do you know which flag the Czech one resembles?
These are the Czech inventions and discoveries from which some served the whole world. Industrial machines, musical instruments and even words…