Embassy of the Czech Republic                                                                    in Helsinki

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Václav Havel biography in Finnish launched at the Embassy


Publishing house WSOY (Werner Söderström Corporation) has published a biography of Václav Havel Václav Havelin elämä written by Michael Žantovský. Embassy of the Czech Republic in Helsinki in cooperation with WSOY and with support of… more ►

Lecture for Students of Bohemistics at the Helsinki Univerzity


Embassy of the Czech Republic in Helsinki together with the Helsinki University organized on 24 September 2014 a lecture "Czech language in today´s media" for students and absolvents of bohemistics, pedagogues and translators. Mgr. Lucie Jílková… more ►

Czech films in the Orion cinema in Helsinki


Screening of films of Czech directors Jan Švankmajer, Věra Chytilová, Jan Svěrák, Miloš Forman will be organized during the time 19 August – 17 September 2014 in Orion cinema (Eerikinkatu 15, Helsinki). more ►

A lecture of Director of The Drama Club Prague in Helsinki


The Embassy of the Czech Republic together with Rikhardinkatu Library in Helsinki organized a lecture “Forty nine seasons of the Drama Club in connections with Czechoslovak and Czech theatre”. Artistic manager and Director of the Drama Club Mr.… more ►

European Film Weeks in Helsinki 28 March – 11 April 2014


“Act.React.Impact“ is the theme of European Film Weeks in the year of the European Election. This year´s event is as usually organized by the European Commission Representation in Finland and the European Parliament Information Office in Finland… more ►

Czech Fairy-tale Saturday with Melusine Severyna


Czech Fairy-tale Saturdays are organized by Mrs Romana Mázerová in Rikhardinkatu city library. On Saturday March 15 doc. Helena Lehečková also presented her new book “Meluzína Severýna”. more ►

Jenůfa in Finnish National Opera


First night of the opera Jenůfa by Leoš Janáček was presented in the Finnish National Opera on January 24, 2014 at 7 p.m. The original Czech name of the opera is Její pastorkyňa. It was performed in Czech. more ►