Culture

HBO’s The Sleepers: a Spy Drama Set in Communist Prague

In this spy thriller, Marie (Tána Pauhofová) and her husband Victor (Martin Myšicka) return from…

Jan Palach’s Self-Immolation: 51 Years Ago

January 16 marks exactly 51 years since Czech student Jan Palach’s self-immolation at the top of Wenceslas Square that would lead to his death in hospital three days later.

January 20-26: Festival of Japanese Film in Prague

The 13th edition of the Eigasai Festival brings a selection of films from The Japan Foundation…

FAMU Student in the Oscar 2020 Nominations

Daughter by Daria Kashcheeva managed to keep the momentum it had from its Student Academy Award win, and…

Prague to Build a Statue in Honor Of Empress Maria Theresa

Prague 6 is planning to erect a statue in honor of the 18th century Habsburg empress Maria Theresa, who was also the queen of Bohemia.

Šediváčkův Long – The Most Famous Dog Sled Race in the Czech Republic

The Šediváčkův Long is the longest and most famous dog sled race in the Czech…

Traditional Three Kings Parade to Take Place in Prague

Walking through Prague these days, you may notice mysterious handwritten letters above doors looking a…

29 December 1989: Václav Havel Becomes President of Czechoslovakia

On this day, 30 years ago, the leader of the Velvet Revolution Vaclav Havel became…

11 Must-See Concerts in Prague in 2020

Enjoy Prague as much as possible! We have a list of the best concerts you…

Prague Mayor Served Fish Soup to Public

Every holiday season, the mayor of Prague serves carp soup at the Old Town Square…