Pilsner Urquell Pub U Zlatého tygra, Prague, Czech Republic

U Zlatého Tygra – The Golden Tiger At the bend of one of Prague's oldest streets, an exotic and golden tiger is waiting for you. Beware, it has an iconic status!
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Pilsner Urquell by Bohumil Konecny. 1950s.

Pilsner Urquell, the original light colored pilsner that revolutionized the beer world. - Board "Art-Beer,Biere,Cerveza, and Women - Vintage Advs".

Bohumil Hrabal (born 28 March, 1914; died 3 February, 1997), photograph in the collection of the National Museum of Photography, Jindřichův Hradec

While we're on the subject of extremely silly photos of extremely serious writers, here's Bohumil Hrabal sitting on a large wooden chair.

Closely Observed Trains- Czech film- based on the book by Bohumil Hrabal

Closely Watched Trains (Czech: Ostře sledované vlaky) is a 1966 Czechoslovak film directed by Jiří Menzel, and one of the best-known products of the Czechoslovak New Wave

Pilsner Urquell Advertising Breweriana  www.LiquorList.com "The Marketplace for Adults with Taste" @LiquorListcom #LiquorList

Pilsner Urquell Advertising Breweriana www.LiquorList.com "The Marketplace for Adults with Taste" @LiquorListcom #LiquorList

Bimba for Pilsner Urquell

They don't create ads like they used to. Which may be a good thing, if this collection of strange, brilliant, yet slightly off-putting beer posters attests

Book cover, Czechoslovakia

Book cover, Czechoslovakia

Bohumil Hrabal chatting to friends in his favourite Prague pub. Photograph: Reuters

Adam Thirlwell salutes Bohumil Hrabal

Bohumil Hrabal chatting to friends in his favourite Prague pub.

Hrabal Bohumil / Kolář Jiří Automat Svět  Mladá fronta Praha 1966

Hrabal Bohumil / Kolář Jiří Automat Svět Mladá fronta Praha 1966

"Bar Świat" Bohumil Hrabal Translated by Cecylia Dmochowska Published by Wydawnictwo Iskry 1989

"Bar Świat" Bohumil Hrabal Translated by Cecylia Dmochowska Published by Wydawnictwo Iskry 1989

Pilsner Urquell at the Golden Tiger in Prague.

It was one of those magical travel experiences. It probably helped that beer was involved. After a lazy first day in Prague, we stepped curiously into a ra

Hrabal Bohumil / Kolář Jiří Automat Svět  Mladá fronta Praha 1966

Hrabal Bohumil / Kolář Jiří Automat Svět Mladá fronta Praha 1966

'Too Loud a Solitude' by Bohumil Hrabal - This book tells the story of an old man who works as a paper crusher in prague, where he uses his job to save many rare books, and thrives off collecting knowledge.

'Too Loud a Solitude' by Bohumil Hrabal - This book tells the story of an old man who works as a paper crusher in prague, where he uses his job to save many rare books, and thrives off collecting knowledge.

Ostře sledované vlaky, 1966 (closely watched trains / closely observed trains; based on a novel by bohumil hrabal)

based on a novel by bohumil hrabal)

Too Loud a Solitude, by Bohumil Hrabal

Hantá rescues books from the jaws of his compacting press and carries them home. Hrabal, whom Milan Kundera calls “our very best writer today,” celebrates the power and the indestructibility of the written word. Translated by Michael Henry Heim.

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