Category Archive: czech republic

Occult Prague

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For anyone who’s travelled, cities, regardless of the country they’re in, start to resemble one another. Of course, each has their idiosyncrasies but, on the whole, as globalization spreads they become harder and harder to tell apart. It’s not often that a traveller encounters a city which has a palpable soul. Marrakesh is dusty and […]

Jiří Wehle playing the Ninera at Prague Castle

Jirí Wehle

This is self-described wandering bard, Jiří Wehle, playing the Ninera – the unique Slovak version of the hurdy-gurdy – at Prague Castle in May 2016. After passing so many other buskers, street musicians and performers, none of whom seemed to fit the ambient (especially skatting jazz ensembles), I was amazed to find someone who not […]

The Removal of Stalin’s Head, Prague 2016

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I can’t even begin to explain just how monumental this action was, and it was pure serendipity that we happened to be exactly there at precisely the moment it happened (we were actually heading to the Technical Museum) on May 21st 2016. Stalin’s head had looked out over the entire city of Prague, Czech Republic, […]

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