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Czech-Swedish Military Cooperation at Berwaldhallen

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Stockholm concert hall Berwaldhallen hosted a concert of Royal Swedish Army Band titled „Czech Winter“ in honor of Czech-Swedish Army cooperation on Sunday 19th of January 2020. more ►

Works of students from Kulturskolan in Halmstad

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Art school Kulturskolan Halmstad regularly participates at international children´s Exhibition LIDICE and every year its students are among the awarded ones. more ►

Štěpán Černý visited Stockholm

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Štěpán Černý, Director of European Policies Coordination Department at Government Office visited Stockholm from December 17 to December 18, 2019. more ►

30th anniversary of the fall of the Iron Curtain

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Embassy of the Czech republic in Stockholm in cooperation with the Swedish – Czech Parliamentary Network and Parliamentary Network groups for Germany, Hungary, Poland and Romania and the Embassy of Bulgaria, Germany, Hungary, Poland,… more ►

Exhibition Libri prohibiti in Malmö

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A very well-visited discussion with four Czech writers - Sylvia Fischerová, Magdalena Platzová, Petra Hůlová and Radka Denemarková - took place in the City Library in Malmö on November 13, 2019. more ►

Meeting of the Joint Steering Committee in Stockholm

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Libor Koudelka, Director of the Management and Support Department of the Czech Ministry of Defence led the Czech delegation at the meeting of the Joint Steering Committee in Stockholm. BG John Stejrnfalk, Military advisor and Gen. Carl Johan… more ►

Czech companies at the Travel News Market in Stockholm

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In total, 10 Czech companies, together with the Central Moravia Tourism Association, participated at the Travel News Market 2019 in Stockholm on 7 November 2019. Czech participation was part of the project of Economic Diplomacy (PROPED). The… more ►

Art exhibition Kafkafreud by Jiří Slíva

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In 2019, it is exactly 95 years since Franz Kafka (born in Prague, today Czech Republic) died in 1924 and 80 years since Sigmund Freund´s death (born in Příbor, today Czech rep.) in 1939. more ►