Czech Republic

Nativity Scenes in Bohemia

Category: Broadcast

Special pre-Christmas Show

The first known Nativity scene in Bohemia was presented to the public by the Jesuits at their church of St. Climentus at Charles bridge in 1560. Today Nativity scenes demonstrate that the tradition of their construction is still alive and well in the Czech Republic.

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Hradcany

Category: Castle

Hradcany was built long after Old Town and Lesser Town, but it offers something no other district of Prague can. A major portion of Hradcany consists of Prague Castle, which according to the Internet Guinness Book of Records is the largest castle complex in the world.

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Rudolfinum in Prague

Category: Castle

For more than 100 years, the Rudolfinum has been a part of Prague’s Old Town and its waterfront. It is a leading example of Neo-Renaissance architecture of the late 19th century including a concert hall with excellent acoustics used for important concerts, such as the annual classical music festival Prague Spring.

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Wenceslas Square in Prague

Category: Castle

The city square in the center of Prague is a traditional venue for celebrations, demonstrations, and public gatherings. It was witness to many historic moments. It is also the second-largest square in the entire Czech Republic, and is a gathering place for Prague residents. When you say, “Let’s meet at the horse,” everyone knows that […]

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National Theater in Prague

Category: Castle

The National Theater is the main theater stage in the Czech Republic, and it is also a place that is closely related to the cultural history of the country. The theater was built thanks to the donations of many Czechs, to which the poorest villagers, as well as the Austrian-Hungarian Emperor contributed. The theater is […]

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CZECH EASTER STUFFING

Category: Recipe

There are three things Czechs love:  beer, their cottages, and traditions. Undoubtedly, one of the most favorite holidays in the Czech Republic is Easter with typical symbols and traditions. Originally, Christian custom celebrates the Resurrection of Jesus Christ. But with a decreasing number of religious people, it is nowadays perceived more as a celebration of […]

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DEVILISHLY SPICY FRIED TOASTS

Category: Recipe

Devilishly hot fried toasts is a common meal or appetizer in the Czech pubs or wine cellars or just in homes across the whole Czech Republic. It is a very spicy food, and this is why they call it devilishly. Fried toasts – Topinky – are often used in the Czech cuisine. Its preparation is […]

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CZECH STYLE PORK GOULASH

Category: Recipe

There are many types of goulashes made in the Czech Republic, and Czechs say that you can make a delicious goulash from every kind of meat. Pork goulash is one of the most popular ones. Goulashes are very popular among Czechs who either eat them as an ordinary meal or serve them not only in […]

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