Czech castles

The Beer Dungeon – Buffalo Rising

If beer heaven had a name, it would be “The Beer Keep”. This new type of beer bar is slated to open in the fall at 1002 Elmwood Avenue, after months of renovations to the old Ashker’s Juice Bar. Founded by Cory Muscato, Patrick Galante, Aaron Ketry and the owners …

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New Council of Europe certified road crosses Slovakia

The route was certified by the Council of Europe before the summer. Missionaries Cyril and Methodius, the co-patrons of Europe, visited and worked in a number of European countries. Now tourists can follow in their footsteps. Discover Slovakia’s oldest city through a kaleidoscopic lens with our Nitra city guide. (Source: …

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Germany hopes for a new world heritage

Fuzhou (dpa) – Cultural and natural World Heritage sites must be better protected from Unesco’s point of view. At the start of the two-week World Heritage Committee meeting on Friday, the President of the German Commission for Unesco, Maria Böhmer, warned of threats to the 1,121 sites around the world …

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Northern Europe hit by catastrophic floods

(CN) – Northern Europe was reeling from catastrophic flooding on Friday after rain-swelling rivers overflowed and passed through villages, towns and villages in Germany, Belgium, Switzerland, Luxembourg and in the Netherlands, killing more than 120 people with hundreds more still missing. Hurricane-like downpours from a slow storm system on Wednesday …

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Explore Czech Castles by Night!

The Night of Castles and Castles, still organized at the end of August, will be held again on July 31. Most Czech castles and castles turn into magical places full of stories and experiences. These aristocratic residences will be teeming with life during non-traditional hours (even at midnight) and the …

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