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The World of Tim Burton Exhibition  Posted on 03/30/2014
The World of Tim Burton Exhibition opened at the House of the Stone Bells this past week in Prague.  Inspired by Karel Zeman’s films,  Tim Burton shows 150 articles from his personal archives and can be seen until August...
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Prague Castle Offers Free Entry  Posted on 03/13/2014
  On March 29th (saturday), you can enjoy the Wenceslas Cathedral, Golden Lane and Wallenstein Palace with a free entrance as a part of the summer season launch.  Free entrance is from 10 am until 4pm.  More information can...
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The Bloody Story of the Prague Astronomical Clock  Posted on 10/19/2013
It is not only absinthe that brings on dark hallucinations in Prague. If you look closely as the famous astronomical clock on the south wall of the Old Town City Hall, you will make out a skeleton representing death among the gothic...
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Prague Coffee Festival  Posted on 08/23/2013
Prague Coffee Festival is the place for coffee lovers.  Mark your calendars for the first week in October in cafés across the czech Republic with a highlight event on October 5th at Novomestska radnice in Prague! What to...
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Prague Museum Night 2013  Posted on 08/19/2013
On September 14th,  selected museums in Prague will open its doors in the evening from 7 p.m. until 1 a.m. for visitors to enjoy their favorite institutions by night.  Admission and transport to the selected network of museums...
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Creative Cat  Posted on 07/29/2013
Czechs have a reputation for being creative and crafty.  This is evident in the traditional wooden crafts, glass, crochet / knit and ceramic goods.   I, myself, love to create and if time and money permitted, I would have a...
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Walpurgis Night a.k.a. Burning of the Witches  Posted on 04/25/2013
Walpurgis night (Burning of the Witches) is a traditional spring festival that is held in most countries in Central and and Northern Europe on April 30 – May 1, typically involving dancing and bonfires.   In the Czech Republic...
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Baby Office: A solution for active moms  Posted on 04/15/2013
It must have been a man that said being on maternity leave is like being on extended vacation.  Not only is it hard work, but it’s a 24-7 job, and we can’t call in sick – ever!  Although I think there are many...
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Cafe Pointa: A Prague 6 Favorite  Posted on 04/08/2013
Cafe Pointa was voted the best cafe in Prague 6 in 2012, very impressive since they only opened their doors in the summer of 2012. I am not surprised at all, this place is fantastic.Read more →
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A bit of culture for little ones!  Posted on 04/01/2013
It’s never too early to start introducing children to music!  If you are expecting or have small children, Česká Filharmonie is offering regular concerts at the Rudolfinum throughout the year.  The program...
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