Britain’s Prince Charles has attended a service at a Prague church on the second day of a four-day visit to the Czech Republic. Sunday’s service at St Clement’s Church, one of the oldest in the city, was conducted in English. Later the prince and his wife Camilla walked through the historic centre of the Czech capital. On Monday the royal couple will fly to Moravia where they will visit an eco-village and Brno’s Masaryk University, as well as meeting the Czech prime minister, Jan Fischer, in the capital. The heir to the British throne will end his stay on Tuesday with a meeting with former Czech president Václav Havel and a visit to Prague’s English College secondary school.
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