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Today’s post is short because we’re spending Easter with our family. We did however want to share a varied mixture of old vintage Easter greetings from the old country because they’re so, well, nice to look at! You know, over time we’ve posted several different Easter-themed posts. You can see some of what we have...
Today we’re looking at some of the photographs by internationally renowned Czech photographer, Karel Ludwig.from his book, Fotografie Karla Ludwiga. Karel Ludwig (1919 – 1977) was a Czech photographer. Karel was born September 27, 1919 in Prague. In 1938, he began randomly shooting photographs and contributing to the magazine Zlín. A year later (1939) he...
Josef Kočí (Koci) was born on July 16, 1880 in Brno and died in 1961. He was a painter, printmaker, graphic artist and illustrator. His ancestral roots can be traced to Milivice na Volyňsku, today known as Milejovice. The little village is located in the district of Strakonice, in the Southern Bohemian Region. As of 2006,...
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There are so many different museums in Prague focusing on many interesting subjects. Art, Medieval torture, Legos, chocolate, and authors are just a few of the more recognized subjects of museums around Prague 1. All these museums welcome hundreds of thousands of tourists and visitors coming in each year who are interested in the rich history of the Czech...
St. Patrick’s Day in Prague is celebrated for the entire weekend in Prague. This is because every year, more and more expats & locals are loving and supporting the traditional celebrations that make up St. Patrick’s day. Now there aren’t a lot of Irish people in Prague, and St. Patrick’s Day really has nothing to do...
Antoš Frolka (1877 – 1935), was widely known as a painter of the Czech and Slovak National Revival, a cultural movement which took part in the Czech lands during the 18th and 19th century. The sole purpose of this movement was to revive Czech language, culture and national identity and in his paintings, we see that...
Happy Valentine’s Day! Today, to show that Prague is for lovers, we’re sharing images of love in and around the beautiful city of Prague. There are plenty of articles telling you what to do, where to go, and what to buy for Valentine’s Day in Prague, but honestly, you need no help finding something romantic to do...
Every year, in the days when winter slowly gives way to spring, something unusual takes place in the Eastern Bohemian Highlands of the Czech Republic. Villages such as Veselý Kopec and Hlinecko hold colourful and merry carnival processions. The Masopustní průvod translates to Shrovetide procession and the merrymakers travel from house to house, delivering joy, health...
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Prague is a city which brims with beautiful architecture and unexpected beauty. From the tall spires atop the church roofs to the ornate doors that adorn Prague’s buildings, it is a city filled with intricate details and magnificent designs; many of which are not always apparent at first glance. The rich designs of the city...