This weekend marks the 30th anniversary of the Velvet Revolution.
Hundreds of thousands of Czechoslovakian citizens took part in peaceful protests, demanding the end of the communist regime.
It took only a few weeks before the ruling party surrendered and democracy was installed in the country.
The German ambassador to the Czech Republic posted a picture of the shop stock to Twitter, asking why "such trash" was being sold in central Prague.
Czechs bid a final farewell on Friday to singer Karel Gott, standing in line for hours to pay their respects to the man whose popularity in former communist Europe earned him the nickname the “Sinatra of the East”.
The Prague state attorney has halted a criminal investigation into whether Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis abused EU subsidies.
The stunt was based around an anagram – Don Giovanni in Czech is 'John do vany' which also means 'John into the tub'.
Czech opera singer Adam Plachetka sang arias from the opera Don Giovanni by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart on Thursday( August 29) to people lying in bathtubs at the rooftop of Lucerna building in Prague.
World-renowned French tightrope walker Tatiana-Mosio Bongonga crossed Prague's Vltava River in a performance to open an international circus festival.
Before his death in 1924, Kafka left all of his work to his friend and editor Max Brod, instructing him to burn every manuscript without reading it.
The annual competition, Operalia, serves as a springboard for young talent in the world of opera. Euronews spoke to the winners, as well as the founder Plácido Domingo to find out more.
For revellers at one Prague megaclub, gone are the days of being squashed at the bar waiting to get a watered-down cocktail.
Tourists in Prague's Old Town Square got a slight reprieve from the scorching heat on Tuesday when a city worker parked a sprinkler truck in the public plaza and sprayed water into the air.
Organisers say up to 120,000 people have protested in the Czech capital Prague calling for the resignation of Prime Minister Andrej Babis.
The government survived a vote of no-confidence over fraud allegations implicating the Prime Minister which he denies.
A major weapon in the fight against single-use plastic is coming out of the Czech Republic, in part thanks to an EU scheme freeing up finance for small companies where banks fear to go.
Restoration works have been made for the clock to go back to its 19th-century mechanical design.
A small group of Russians remembered the demonstration they held in Moscow's Red Square 50 years ago to protest their country's invasion of Czechoslovakia
Here are the top stories from Europe and beyond we were following this morning, Tuesday, August 21.
It's 50 years since a Russia-led invasion of what was then Czechoslovakia put down an liberal uprising called the Prague Spring.
WATCH: The Silvery Gibbon is one of the world's rarest primates.
53rd Annual Karlovy Vary International Film Festival honours filmmakers and stars from around the world.
The EU is pursuing cutting-edge research with the international 'Extreme Light Infrastructure' (ELI) project. As part of the groundbreaking work, the world's most powerful laser is being built
The fire broke out on Saturday evening at the Eurostars David Hotel, situated near the Czech capital's National Theatre.
The video shows people sitting on a first floor ledge as smoke billowed out of the building.
The medieval astronomical clock has stopped for six months.
Rolando Villazón and Ildar Abdrazakov team up for a rare series of duets in a Europe-wide tour.
Populist billionaire Andrej Babis, who's set to become the next prime minister, laid flowers at a monument to the Velvet Revolution and the reflected on the aspirations of the Czech people since the 1989 uprising.