Stories about Czech Republic from June, 2009
Czechmatediary recounts the end of the Czech presidency of the European Union, finalising it with a big street party.
Due to the economic crisis, Prague has abandoned plans to host the 2016 Olympics, CzechFolks.com reports.
A Step At A Time draws attention to the launch of a website dedicated to the victims of communism worldwide, by the Global Museum on Communism.
Balkans via Bohemia looks at how the events in Iran “would play out vis a vis other successful and unsuccessful revolutions in the past two decades,” including those in Serbia, Czechoslovakia, Ukraine and China.
Tanja of Czechmatediary writes: “My good Slovak blogger friend Lenka (AKA SlovakMama) had a great idea. She created a website called ‘www.postaramsa.com‘ (meaning “it will be taken care of”) which allows visitors to search for caretakers for either their children or their elderly parents ( or pets!) and worldwide! So...
Dr. Sean's Diary examines the results of the European Parliament election in Central and Eastern Europe.
Eternal Remont writes about a Missouri family Christmas photo that ended up “as a the centerpiece of an advertizing campaign for a Czech grocery store.”
The Czech Daily Word writes about Czech Roma asylum seekers in Canada.
CzechFolks.com and The Journeys of Captain Oddsocks write about an anniversary of the destruction of Lidice, a Czech village, by the Nazis in 1942.
The Journeys of Captain Oddsocks reviews some of the best day trips from Prague.
The Czech Daily Word reports that Susan Boyle “will visit Prague in late June/early July to record her album – with the Czech National Symphony Orchestra.”
CzechFolks.com reports that Entropa will be on display in the Czech Republic from June 12 through January 2010.