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· August, 2006

Stories about Czech Republic from August, 2006

Poland: Tukkers in Auschwitz

Jo and Ants The Tukkers of Tuk to the Road travel from Lviv to Krakow to Auschwitz – and arrive in Prague.

Czech Republic: Socialist Grocery Store

My Czech Republic Blog writes about a “socialist grocery store” project run by a Czech newspaper: “For at least a year, readers have been sending in photos of the products...

Czech Republic: Fidel Castro's Diploma

Lemuel of Deleted by Tomorrow writes about Fidel Castro's honorary doctorate from a Czech university.

Czech Republic: Travelling Musicians

Bored in Brno writes about problems faced by musicians traveling by air and translates a somewhat relevant comic poem by a Czech poet, put to music by a Czech band.

Czech Republic: Tit-For-Tat At the Border

Douglas Arellanes writes on how his mother nearly failed to enter the Czech Republic because her passport was to expire in fewer than 90 days: “Her passport expires in October,...

Czech Republic: Folk Music Festival

Jesse of Bored in Brno shares his impressions of the folk music festival he attended last week: “Overall, I give this festival the highest recommendation of any that I've been...

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