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Classic / Vocalise

December 12 Classic / Vocalise The Classic/Vocalise concert, organized by the Italia Arte Fest festival and Umbria Music Fest will be held in the Suk Hall of the Rudolfinum in Prague, on the evening of December 12. The artistic conductor and Maestro Walter Attanasi...

Journey through the history of Jewish Prague

Between mysteries and legends, tragedies and vitality, a community that contributed to make the Golden City as it is “Prague is built of stone and lime being the largest city considering trade, from the royal city came the Russians and Slavs with goods and...

Christmas Markets

From December 1 to January 6, 2019 Christmas Markets Traditionally, the opening of the Christmas markets in Prague coincides with the beginning of Advent. According to tourists, the Christmas markets here have surpassed the ones in Vienna and London in beauty and atmosphere, being...

Charles IV, Emperor and esoterist

More than seven hundred years since his birth, between history and legend, his figure still fascinates us. Endowed with an immense charisma and deep culture, he made use of this acquired knowledge, but also followed the ideas of esotericism When it comes to Prague...

(Italiano) Il mese de La Pagina Agosto – Settembre 2018

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Dubček, the communist who loved flowers

“Hero or coward?” Fifty years after his seizure of power, discussions continue on the figure of the Slovak politician, father of the Prague Spring No, it was not only due to him, the young secretary of the party in Slovakia Alexander Dubček, 47 years...

Tourism: from resource to predicament?

The huge influx of tourists has changed the life of the capital, and it is time to weigh up the advantages and disadvantages. For years under the umbrella of economic profit, tourism has changed the connotations of the most beautiful Czech cities. Now some...

Kateřina Šedá, at the Venice Biennale the artist who awakens tourist cities from torpor

The Venetian pavilion of Kateřina Šedá is an alarm against showcase cities. The Czech artist is not new to trying to protect the human side of urban centers The pavilion of the Czech and Slovak Republics at the Venice Biennale does not cease to...

Hana Podolská, the Czech Coco Chanel

From August 30 until January 20, 2019 Hana Podolská, legend of Czech fashion The exhibition at the Museum of Decorative Arts “Hana Podolská, legend of Czech fashion” brings the audience back to the fashion salons of the first republic with about fifty original patterns....

Czechoslovakia was born on Piave river, too

The often overlooked or even misunderstood role that Italy had in 1918 for Czech-Slovak independence. We talked about it with journalist and historian Sergio Tazzer A nest of interests, hopes, dreams, fears: this is the Europe that came out of the First World War....