The summer school of Slavonic languages opened at Masaryk University in Brno on Monday to 140 students from 38 countries. It offers a four week intensive course in Czech language and literature, with film screenings, trips and dance lessons. Established in 1967 the summer school is traditionally attended by second and third generation expats and foreign students. The youngest participant is 13 years, the oldest 58.
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