Travel & Tourism

Prague locals tire of tourists, 30 years after end of Communism

In this file photo taken on Nov. 22, 1989 young Czechoslovak students shout in support of Vaclav Havel for presidency during protest rally at Wenceslas Square in Prague. The peaceful Velvet Revolution toppled the Communist regime in former Czechoslovakia 30 years ago, paving the way for democratic and economic reforms in the former Soviet satellite. / AFP / LUBOMIR KOTEK





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