by Andreas Beckmann Anyone who has shuffled across Charles bridge at midday in summer knows that Prague is an incredibly popular tourist destination. The popularity has reaped the Czech Republic rich rewards over the past decade. Earnings from tourism have risen steadily since 1989, topping USD 3.7 billion in 1998, or six percent of the […]

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