Tabook is an international festival of book culture with a special focus on visual books and illustration.
The Pilgrim Potulná univerzita přírody / Wandering University of Nature is an association founded in 2009. It adopts a holistic approach to personal development, relationships with nature and the fostering of human culture.
Living Villa Society
The Kralova Villa is a functionalist villa in Prachatice, built just near the train station in the 1930s by the entrepreneur Johann Nepomuk Kral, based on the design of Austrian Fritz Reichl. The architect originally drew inspiration from the work of Adolf Loos.
Vodňany žijou is an association for cultural and social rejuvenation of the city.
Cesta - Ctibor’s Mill
In the 1990s, American musicians Hilary Binder, a drummer and singer, and Chris Rankin, a bassist, who had had toured the world with their band Sabot, settled in the dilapidated Ctibor’s Mill in the Tábor valley.
A qualitative overview
of displacement in South Bohemia
and some areas of the Central Bohemia region in the last 50 years and the changes in trends in the last decade
RNDr. Radim Perlín, Ph.D.
Demographic, societal and socioeconomic changes in the last 160 years have affected the numbers of local inhabitants according to the specific size categories of each specific settlement very unevenly, especially in the peripheral regions.
On the Misery and Splendour of Ponds in the Czech Republic
A discussion of Czech ponds should probably begin with the famous and memorable history of pond building which dates back to the 12th century. Famous names such as Štěpánek Netolický or Jakub Krčín of Jelčany should be mentioned. As a zoologist, however, I will start in a different way, with the equally memorable history of a fish without which we cannot imagine pond-building in our country, the history of the carp.
Lipno, A Landscape Severely Tested
Ing. Pavla Setničková
When, at the end of 1989, the region around Lipno emerged from the shadows of the previously closely guarded border zone that surrounded almost the entire right shore of the lake, a completely new, unknown landscape opened up for visitors and permanent residents of the left shore to discover.