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BurgerFest is a two day festival which if you can’t smell from miles away, takes place at the Exhibition Grounds in Holešovice, Prague. The BurgerFest is the biggest burger festival in all of Europe, and probably one of the only ones is the city. The name basically describes the festival for itself, it is a huge gathering...
You’ve all heard about the famous Stonehenge, the prehistoric monument in Wiltshire, England, right? Well guess what… There is a Czech Stonehenge as well! In a pleasant environment surrounded by nature, a stone circle of giant stones was built in August of 2008. The stones were placed according to expert series of famous psychotronics by...
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Prague is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, home to historical castles, churches, and bridges. It is the fifth most visited city in Europe, and for a good reason; it is breathtakingly beautiful. “Cities were always like people, showing their varying personalities to the traveler. Depending on the city and on the traveler,...
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Nerudova Ulice (English: Nerudova Street) is a picturesque street in Prague which is dappled with pastel-colored buildings and is brimming with history and intriguing remnants of the past.The steep street runs from the Lesser Town Square in Prague to the gates of the Prague Castle and used to serve as part of the Royal Route....
On an unforgettable night in June 1942, the peaceful village of Lidice, Czechoslovakia, ceased to exist. It was neither earthquake nor flood that wiped this town from the verdant hills west of Prague; it was the dark evil of man’s nature. Nazi troops swept through the village as it slept, killing the men, deporting the...
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A city as old and as rich in history as Prague has many cemeteries. Some are quite famous, others have been forgotten with time. Some are tucked away and hidden from the eyes of the general public and some are considered protected monuments and closed to the public in order to preserve the graves they...
Dr. James Tanoos recently finished up a Study Abroad to Prague, Czech Republic with 30 students from Purdue University, USA. The trip was  entitled “Purdue Polytechnic’s Central European Multinational Automobile Organization Supply Chain Experience”. Hearing from Dr. Tanoos, the students loved the beautiful city of Prague and thanks to his comprehensive report at his blog, today...
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Near the city of Kolín lies a small village known as Býchory (only 7 km northeast). In this village, sits a unique a Neo-Gothic castle chateau estate. Today we are going to call the Býchory chateau, the castle of the Stradivarius violin because it was once owned by world famous Bohemian violinist and composer, Jan Evangelista Kubelík. I suggest that...