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In October of 2015, we shared Falconry in the Czech Republic. There was a lot of talk about the handsome men in the post, so we created another post, The Sexy Rugged Men of Falconry and the ladies just loved it. Guess what we have in store for you today? You guessed it… More men and their...
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Marie Majerová was a Czech born novelist and journalist who started her career at the young age of sixteen as a servant in Budapest. She later traveled to Paris, Prague, and Vienna to pursue her learnings and indulge in her passion for writing. In 1907 Marie published her first real book, a collection of stories called Povídky...
When in the Czech Republic, you surely visit Prague. When you visit Prague, you surely go to the Prague Castle and when at the castle, you surely see the Prague Castle Guards. Ah, what a sight they are. We think they are all so handsome! Oh my goodness! We enjoyed the sights. We enjoyed them...
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Antonin Prochazka was born on June 5, 1882 at Vážany u Vyškova and died on June 9, 1945 in Brno. He was a Czech painter, graphic artist and illustrator. His work early on was expressionist, as the other members of The Eight influenced him, mostly Edvard Munch. Then he gradually moved towards cubism. After 1925, he left cubism and...
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Bohemian beer back in the day was based on craftsmanship, skill, hard labor and teamwork. In the town of Plzen in 1842, Josef Groll was the brewmaster who made the first ever batch of what became known as Pilsner Urquell. In their 172+ years of brewing, there have been a total of 16 brewmasters working in Plzen to date....
The Czech Language is a thing of beauty. Czech, formerly known as Bohemian, is a Slavic language spoken by over 10 million people worldwide. Most people who can speak Czech live in the Czech Republic, the country where it originated and remains the dominating language. Almost going extinct in the mid-eighteen hundreds when the Germans took...
Last week we shared a post about the art of falconry in the Bohemian lands called Falconry in the Czech Republic and a few of you spied some handsome Czech men and asked us to post more images of them. How about a post entirely dedicated to the sexy, rugged men of falconry? Yes, we like...
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Václav Havel, former president of the Czech Republic, liked to take visiting politicians to Prague pubs. This is for the obvious reason that a known Prague specialty is without a doubt the local pubs, taverns, taprooms and beer-drinking establishments of all kinds. Of course, there is no better place for the meeting of presidents, politics &...
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The Czech Republic boasts a total of four national traditions entered on the UNESCO List of Intangible Cultural Heritage. These are: The Slovácko Verbuňk recruit dances. The Ride of the Kings in Vlčnov. The Shrovetide door-to-door processions and the masks in the villages of the Hlinecko area, and Falconry, the ancient art of hunting with the...
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Vaclav Havel was the dissident and Czech writer who had a way with eloquent dissections of Communist rule. Some believed he was the rockstar president with a heart. His way of expressing gave voice to a powerless people under communists and helped to destroy it in revolutions that brought down the Berlin Wall. The New...