The village of Český Malín, established by Czech settlers in the 19th century, was burnt to the ground by the Nazis on July 13th, 1943. Some 400 Czechs fell victim to the Český Malín massacre.
Remnants of medieval wall dating back to 1041 unearthed in Břeclav
Former Huawei employees say client information was discussed at Chinese embassy
Prague flats most expensive in Central Europe, in terms of average earnings
Prague’s Žižkov TV Tower set for videomapping of Apollo 11 moon launch, landing
Gene Deitch, Part 1: The Oscar-winning US animator who made Tom and Jerry cartoons in communist Prague