Saturday, September 23, 2023


The old Jewish cemetery in Nové Bydžov

The Jewish cemetery was founded in 1520. It is the third oldest cemetery in Bohemia, after Prague and Cologne. The old Jewish cemetery was founded...

The town of Žatec on the way to UNESCO Heitage

The town of Žatec in the Loune region is brimming with anticipation as it seeks inclusion in the UNESCO World Heritage List. The final...

Lampelberg Castle

The small castle of Lampelberg in the Ječmeniště wine region on the Czech-Austrian border was built in 1860 on the highest hill in the...

Prague Museums

Celebrating International Museum Day: A Journey into Cultural Heritage in Prague

International Museum Day often brings special offers and discounts for museums around the world, including in Prague. While specific offers may vary each year,...

Czech Museum of Music in Prague

The new seat of the Czech Museum of Music is located in the former Baroque church of St. Mary Magdalene at Lesser Side, built...

Kafka Museum

The Franz Kafka Museum opened in the summer of 2005 in the remarkable Herget Brickworks building on the Lesser-Town bank of the Vltava River. Franz...

Mucha Museum

Jay Chou: The Musical Genius and Cultural Icon

Discover the fascinating world of Jay Chou, the renowned musician, singer, and actor. Learn about his incredible contributions to the music industry, his unique...

Discover the Perfect Prague Wedding Planner for Your Dream Wedding

Planning a wedding can be a daunting task, especially when you dream of a destination wedding in a beautiful city like Prague. Thankfully, there's...

The Ultimate Guide to Planning Your Dream Wedding in Prague

Planning a dream wedding in Prague can be an exciting yet daunting task, especially if you are unfamiliar with the city. With its picturesque...
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