Around 150 students of the Czech language from around the world have gathered in Prague for the Summer School of Slavonic Studies. The course, which is being held for the 57th time this year, is organised by the Institute of Czech Studies at the Arts Faculty of Charles University. Alongside language classes, it includes cultural events and day trips. An accompanying symposium entitled The Czech Language in the World and the World in the Czech Language will be attended by around four dozen leading Czech studies experts from around the globe.
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