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Tag / History | Traditions
Coat-Of-Arms-Tres-Bohemes-4
Heraldry, or more specifically in this case, a coat of arms, is a visual armorial achievement displayed to identify states and or individuals. Heraldry has been around since the beginning of medieval times when battles were said to have gained their popularity, but pictures of crests and coats of arms can be found long before...
The-Legend-of-The-Golem-Tres-Bohemes-1
Throughout the Czech Republic, the Golem is recognized as a popular figure. Its clay form is represented through various statues, signs, and may even be spotted in the cobblestones of the city’s sidewalks. Many restaurants and business are named after or make reference to the mysterious creature. But what is the Golem and what are...
Czech-Coins-Tres-Bohemes-9
Just like most places in the world, Czech currency is made up of paper bills along with coins, and though the Czech Republic is officially part of the European Union, Euros are rarely accepted at Czech establishments. Instead, the Czechs use their own form of currency known as the Koruna (meaning  “Crown” in English), also abbreviated...
Easter-Tres-Bohemes
In The Czech Republic, Easter is a long holiday, much longer than most of us celebrate here in the United States. Besides celebrating Easter classically as we know it on Sunday, many Czech people celebrate the entire week leading up to this cheerful holiday. Back when the communists first started their occupation of the Czech...
Yesterday we posted about the numerous benefits of horseradish an Easter is coming, so we have decided to make and share his typically Czech and very simple horseradish recipe with you today and we are calling it Bohemian beet and horseradish relish. Called Červená řepa s křenem in our native tongue, it is quite simple to make...
Today I came across an old document from December of 1899 from the Division of Botany at the United States Department of Agriculture. The document is entitled, Horse Radish Culture in Bohemia and I am sharing it with you because Czechs absolutely love their horseradish! Horse-radish is employed much more extensively by German and Austrian...
Einstein's-Year-In-Prague-Tres-Bohemes-1
In April of 1911, the capital of the Czech Republic became home to one of the greatest physicists of all time. Albert Einstein, who was 32 when he moved from Zürich to the city of Prague, lived there for 16 months with his wife Mileva and their two sons. During his stay, the Nobel Prize...