The more than 100 years old meteorological post in Prague’s Dejvice is up and running! The born-again weather kiosk was ceremonially unveiled on November 11, 2019 and is shining bright and pretty.
Quite a few things have changed at the Rožmitál castle. And the changes have been surprisingly positive. Find out and take a look at how the castle is coming alive.
If you would have taken a stroll through the Spalena street in Prague lately, you could’ve noticed that the passage way between the cubist Diamant building and the Holy Trinity Church has changed. If you haven’t, you can visit the site at least virtually by reading more and looking at some pictures here.
Five charity concerts took place in 2019 at the Kroměříž chateau. The profits from them will be used to restore rare manuscripts from the chateau’s music archive. Keep on reading if you want to find out who performed and what, how much were the proceeds and more.
Winter weather has stopped us from finishing the tomb’s terrace but we’re getting there! Despite the delay of the works, we have managed quite a lot. Take a look and find out about all the things we have done and organised.
Czech TV included a report about the initiative to return a replica of Otto Gutfreund’s famous sculpture to its original place and the charity auction in its News in Culture programme.
Get yourself or your loved ones a valuable piece of art or a Christmas gift and support the return of the famous Otto Gutfreund’s sculpture to its original location – the roof of the Skoda Palace in Prague’s Jungmannova street.
Our Project Manager Eva Heyd was nominated for the Governor of the Central Bohemia Region Award.
Czech National Trust Abroad celebrated 5 years from founding CNT. On the occasion, we arranged a celebration at the Czech Embassy in London. And what was the celebration like? If you read more, you’ll find out in text and pictures.