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Břevnov maturity exam

Břevnov could probably be well described as one of the few places in Prague where you do not feel like you were in Prague. Which is good. Or bad. It depends on how deep under your skin did Vltava, hipster parties at náplavka and people like Leoš Mareš manage to…

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Globalisation ft. Eastern Europe

As an advanced Vietnamologist with an even more advanced ability to look up words in on-line dictionaries, I have no trouble translating the name of a bistro located close to the Palouček tram station: Bach Duong = Ram sheep. A sheep on Palouček, how beautiful is that! Didn’t Saint-Exupéry use…

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Café Jen: Headbanger-friendly

Café Jen, a cute little café in Prague’s Vršovice district, works very consistently with the combination of black, white and red. It’s used on cushions, in the cafe’s logo and on staff’s aprons, too. Is it a romantic reference to the color scheme of Nazi Germany’s flag? Or did they…

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A cozy cafe in Vinohrady with a promising poster hanging next to the bar saying “Kids don’t belong to a cafe” boasts not only an above standard offer of tarts and breakfast variations, but also quite a high level of toilet equipment. Inasmuch as a café visit is seldom begun…