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Prague TV is an online city directory, entertainment guide and community resource. Started in 2001, Prague TV has grown into the web's most visited source for information related to Prague and the Czech Republic. The site contains an estimated 400,000 pages and is updated daily. It includes comprehensive features that covers all aspects of visiting or living in Prague.Some features of the site include:
Tools on the site allow visitors to check exchange rates, convert between currencies, search for local embassies and consulates, look up Czech name days, make hotel reservations, and purchase tickets online. Also, regular users can sign up for free accounts enabling them to customise the display of various parts of the site, sign up for daily email bulletins, configure email reminders, and use the advanced options available in the discussion forums.
Prague TV is committed to helping the local community. We have hosted many benefit parties for local charities and foundations, including the Liga lidských práv, Nadace Naše díte, and Nový Prostor. We also provide free mini-sites on Prague TV and can even free web hosting to non-profit organizations.Why the ".tv"?
It begins with Tuvalu, pronounced "too-VAH-loo." Contrary to popular beliefs, Prague TV was born not in the wilds of Bohemia but on the shores of the world's smallest nation, Tuvalu. (Smallest except for Vatican City, but any country with 'city' in their name should surely be left off the list.) Tuvalu will always be the land of our beginning (it all starts with a name, right?) even if she does sink.
For more on Tuvalu, read the article, Tuvalu and .tv.
For more questions regarding PTV, continue reading with our FAQ.
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First original German Curry Wurs...
Fish & Chips 21 Dlo...
Prague's first Fish & Chips Shop
The word "Dollar" comes from "Thaler", which is short for "Joachimstaler" - meaning "Joachim's Valley", where a silver mine near the West Bohemian town started minting coins in 1519.
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