In 1989 the Berlin Wall fell and the Eastern Bloc opened up. Prague quickly became known as the “Paris of the East” for its stunning light and beauty and for its appeal to educated expatriates, among them, Nils Jebens. Having come to Prague in the early 1990s as casino director for Casinos Austria International, he decided in 1994 to found Kampa Group. “In the years after 1989, Prague was screaming for good services in any area,” Jebens explained. “You only get an opportunity ...
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