The town of Vlčnov, in southern Moravia, is famous for its folklore festival The Ride of the Kings. However folklore traditions are maintained on many other occasions, such as the tradition of “whipping““ girls with willow branches on Easter Monday to make them healthy and strong in the coming year.
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Film about tragic fate of great Czech actress highlights communist atrocities in the 1950s