Czech Republic Geography

Czech Republic Geography

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Czech Republic (in Czech language: Česká republika ). According to educationvv, it is a central European state, bordered to the north by the Republic of Poland, to the east by Slovakia, to the south by Austria, and to the west by Germany. It is made up of the traditional regions of Bohemia and Moravia and has an area of 78,866 km2, comparable to that of Portugal, Austria or Ireland. It is a landlocked country, although it is strategically located on some of the oldest and most significant land routes in Europe. Located in Central Europe, about 50 degrees north latitude and 15 degrees east longitude. With an area of 78,864 km2, comparable to that of Portugal, Austria or Ireland, this state has a population density of 131 residents per square kilometer. Relief The landscape of the Czech Republic is varied; Bohemia to the west, consists of a basin, drained by the Elbe River and the Vltava River and…
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Czech Literature

Czech Literature

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Czech literature, literature in the Czech language. Middle Ages According to andyeducation, Czech did not establish itself as a literary language until the 13th and 14th centuries. Century through. This was preceded by the very earliest approaches to Czech literature that were related to the missionary work of the "Slav apostles" Kyrillosand Methodius (9th century, in the Great Moravian Empire). The oldest surviving work of old Czech poetry is the hymn "Hospodine pomiluj ny" (Have mercy on us), the date of which is uncertain. In the bohemian lands solved in 10./11. In the 19th century, Latin scriptures from Old Church Slavonic or Old Czech. Formative genres were the lives of saints and chronicles, including the legend "Svatý Václave" by Christian, which describes the life of St. Wenceslas (Václav) and his…
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Czech Republic 2007

Czech Republic 2007

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Yearbook 2007 Czech Republic. In January, the Czech Republic gained a new government after nearly eight months of political stalemate. According to CountryAAH, Prague is the capital city of Czech Republic. Former Prime Minister Mirek Topolánek also led the new coalition, consisting of his Democratic National Party (ODS), the Christian Democratic Union and the Green Party. The government was approved by a small majority in Parliament, 100 votes against 97. After fierce political strife, the Liberal-oriented coalition later in the year received support in the Chamber of Deputies for tax cuts and cuts in sickness allowance, unemployment benefits and child support. There was also a battle over foreign policy. The new government was positive about the US desire to place a radar station in the Czech Republic as part of…
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