The body of 24-year old Nina H. was found in Hvězda park Monday morning, after being missing since Friday. It is believed that 34-year old Jan P., who committed suicide via jumping in front of a metro train on Friday, is connected to the woman’s death. Police spokeswoman Eva Kropáčová said: “Late last night, we confirmed that the body found in Hvězda Park was that of the missing 24-year old woman who unfortunately suffered a traumatic death.” According to idnes.cz, the identity of the body was also confirmed by the woman’s sister who made a Facebook post about it. The post has since been deleted but messages of condolence have poured in. Confirmed by camera surveillance footage, Nina was last
The three week festival Praha Září culture festival began on September 8th, at 8:30 pm. The opening at Holešovice Exhibitions Grounds was attended by Prague Mayor Zdeněk Hřib and city councilor Hana Třeštíková. Here are some insights from the first day of the celebrations. The event’s program can be found here. The photos are courtesy of Peter Fulop via www.2media.cz. No related posts.
Press release dated 4th of August 2020 The reconstruction of Křižík pavilions and the Spirála Theater, which had been postponed for years, has been approved. The City of Prague Council approved the reconstruction of buildings B, C, E, and the Spirála Theater. The fieldwork on both projects will begin by the end of this year. The value of the reconstruction of Křižík pavilions is estimated at 245 million CZK, and Spirála Theater will cost 217 million CZK. “I am very happy that we managed to push through the much-needed reconstruction of the other three parts of Křižík pavilions and the Spirála Theater, which we have been striving for a long time. The dilapidated buildings will finally become representative and usable