Prague is the capital of the Czech Republic. It is one of the most-visited tourist destinations in Europe and has a number of cultural attractions.
Prague is the seat of government in the Czech Republic, and also the country's largest city. Its historic center is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and attracts millions of international visitors each year. It has long been one of the main hubs of culture in Europe. This is an automatic compilation of DW content about Prague.
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A new front in the hybrid war between Russia and the West appears to be opening up in Prague. The city's mayor has announced plans to rename the square outside the Russian Embassy after the murdered opposition politician Boris Nemtsov. If approved by the city council, the square will be renamed in time for the fifth anniversary of his murder, on February 27. From Prague, Rob Cameron has more.
World leaders marked Holocaust Memorial Day with a ceremony at Auschwitz, where at least 1.1 million people, mostly Jews, died. However often overshadowed is the mass killing of Europe's Roma and Sinti populations. In Nazi-occupied Bohemia and Moravia, for example, as many as 90% of the pre-war population of around 6,000 were killed. Rob Cameron has this report from the Czech capital, Prague.
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Are ties between China and the Czech Republic in peril? The City of Prague formally announced plans to terminate its partnership agreement with Beijing amidst an ongoing spat over a clause in that agreement on the "One China" policy. Those who favour closer ties with China are warning the economic consequences could be severe, as Rob Cameron reports from Prague.
Exhibitions in Budapest, Prague and Warsaw provide powerful insight into the psychological and physical experiences of the visually impaired — helping visitors cultivate empathy for the "hard brain work" of being blind.
With Paco Alcacer out with injury, the task of scoring goals in Prague will likely fall to Mario Götze. The former wunderkind is now in the final year of his contract and needs to up his game if he's to earn a new one.
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A World War Two Red Army general is at the centre of a bitter controversy. Marshall Ivan Konev liberated much of Czechoslovakia and was the first allied commander to enter Prague on May 9, 1945. But a statue to him is causing tension between far-left and pro-Russian groups, and those who don't recognise the Soviet version of history. Rob Cameron has more from Prague.