Members of the press corps who wish to cover the visit will have to make their own way to Prague by flying commercial.
The faces in a square in Prague or a parliament in Ghana who see democracy giving voice to their aspirations.
This time we are back in 1941 and flit from Berlin (“the capital of a banana republic that had run out of bananas”) to Prague.
Now, as president, he has gone from a visionary speech in Prague in April to international consensus at the U.N. in September.
The cardigan came out again, over a white pussycat-bow blouse, in Prague, as did the pearls, and the black and white dress.
From Prague, Paganini went to Berlin, where he remained four months.
At Prague it was extracted, but, being barbed, it tore the eye out with it.
To Libussa is ascribed the second foundation of a city on the site of the present town of Prague.
However, this is vieux jeu, and has nothing to do with Prague.
The stranger notified himself as a Mechaniker from Neudeck, going to Prague on business for his master.
capital of the Czech Republic, Czech Praha, perhaps from an ancient Slavic word related to Czech pražiti, a term for woodland cleared by burning. Popular etymology is from Czech prah "threshold." Related: Praguean; Praguian.
Capital of The Czech Republic, situated on both banks of the Vltava River; the republic's largest city, as well as its most important industrial city; a leading European industrial and commercial center.
Note: From the fourteenth to the early seventeenth centuries, the emperors of the Holy Roman Empire resided at Prague as well as at Vienna.
Note: In 1968, Prague was the center of Czech resistance to invasion by the Soviet Union.
Note: Communists seized complete control of the government in 1948. During the 1960s, a movement toward liberalization effected many democratizing reforms. An alarmed Soviet Union, along with its Warsaw Pact allies, put an abrupt end to the movement by invading Prague in 1968.
Note: Czechoslovakia was created by the union of the Czech lands and Slovakia, which took place in 1918, as the Austro-Hungarian Empire fell apart.
Note: The Munich Pact partitioned Czechoslovakia in 1938, giving one of its regions, the Sudetenland, to Germany in an attempt to avoid war.
Note: The country surrendered to German control in 1939 and was liberated by American and Soviet forces at the end of World War II.
Note: The communist government, confronted by mass pro-democracy demonstrations, resigned in 1989. In 1991, the last Soviet troops left the country. The end of communist rule resulted in the split of the republic into two independent states, The Czech Republic and Slovakia, in 1993.