Published at: 2012-01-01 12:00 | Author: Tim Gosling

There's plenty of folk that will regale anyone unlucky enough to be within earshot with nostalgic tales of the 'golden days' of the 1990s in Prague. The beer was cheaper and the girls easier to cajole: life was one long party.


Just like the social life of the city however, the property industry in Central Europe has matured quickly. Some of the players from the heady early days are seeking their thrills riding the crest of the 'second wave' that's rolli...

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