A crew working on restoring an historic house in Opava, which is protected as a national heritage site, on Wednesday afternoon uncovered an unexploded bomb dating back to WW II. Four hundred people, including from two schools, had to be evacuated from nearby before a bomb expert was sent in.
Over 1,000 skeletons discovered during renovation of Kutná Hora “bone church”
Language exams for foreigners seeking permanent residency permit to become tougher
Why are Russian and Chinese spying activities in Czech Republic so intense and how exactly do they do it?
Prague’s historical Koh-i-noor factory to be converted into residential area
The history of the “German Czechs”