Police are searching for a former manager of the Valtice castle in South Moravia on suspicions that he damaged 58 painting left in the castle’s care. The paintings were the works of 39 artists from six countries with their combined value estimated at 4.6 million crowns. The works had been left following an annual art show held every year at the castle. The manager initially called police to the castle after he told them the works had disappeared. They thought an organized gang had taken them but suspicion later switched to the manger himself after frames were found broken and partly burnt and the works missing.
First ever Indo-European settlement discovered on Czech Territory
How can foreigners travel to Czech Republic at present – and what may future hold?
Czech women might finally be allowed to drop the suffix -ová
iRozhlas: Landlords abandoning Airbnb as service faces closer oversight
Prague City Tourism shifts the focus to domestic tourists