Top Czech News Headlines: Monday, July 18, 2022

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  • Meteorologists have warned of an upcoming heatwave in the coming week that is expected to bring temperature highs of 34 degrees Celsius midweek.


  • A tourist from the Czech Republic died in Austria’s highest mountain, the Grossglockner, the APA news agency reported on Sunday, citing police sources. The man reportedly fell from a height of 300 meters.


  • The Prague district of Holešovice, the vicinity of the O2 arena and the industrial zone in Šterboholy are the hottest places in the Czech capital, according to thermal photos taken from space. In these areas rooftops and surfaces heat up to more than 45 degrees Celsius.


  • As part of the 100th anniversary of Lower Austria, the cross-border exhibition SILVA Artis will take place at the Gallery of the Austrian Cultural Forum in Prague and in the Ambit of the Franciscan Monastery. The exhibition will run until 22 September.


  • The Chamber of Deputies approved on Wednesday legislation that would limit film incentives to a maximum of CZK 150 million for a project per year, the Czech News Agency reports.

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