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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.
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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.
Some 10,000 people took to the streets to protest against president Miloš Zeman and finance minister Andrej Babiš.
A Czech zoo has begun sawing off the horns of its 21 rhinos in order to protect them from poachers.
Chinese artist Ai Weiwei is installing in Prague his so far biggest artwork, refugee boat
People were ice skating on the Vltava River in Prague for the first time in several years on Wednesday.
Puppetry has a very long history across the Czech Republic and can be traced deep into the Middle Ages.
High wheel bicycle enthusiasts gathered in Prague on Saturday (5/11) to compete in the traditional “Prague Mile” race in front of hundreds of spectators.
Flushed with success, a rare museum in Prague is moving to the Old Town to become more accessible to tourists.
An exhibition celebrating Communist-era interior design and fashion has opened in Prague.
Bjorn Borg and John McEnroe announced on Wednesday that they had committed to lead the Europe and World teams for the first three years of the Rod Laver Cup, a new competition styled after golf’s Ryde
Armour, weapons, men and women from all over the world fight in Prague in the Battle of Nations. The aim to recreate the drama of medieval combat
For the United States, 1968 was characterised by the burgeoning anti-Vietnam war and civil rights movements but for Eastern Europe, that same year
Dozens of swimmers have braved chilly temperatures to take a dip in Prague’s Vitava river. They raced against each other in various categories as
The story of the Velvet Revolution is being reproduced for children in animated form in the new 2014 film ‘What To Tell The Kids?’
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