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Czech Republic Encyclopedia

At the center of Europe When we speak of Central Europe, of “Middle Europe”, we also and above all speak of the Czech Republic: the westernmost territory inhabited by Slavic peoples, between German lands in terms of language and culture. For centuries, a country of contacts and contrasts, but deeply embedded in rich and developed… Read More »

Top 17 Most Romantic Places in Europe on Valentine’s Day

Looking for a place to go for Valentine’s Day, don’t know where to spend your honeymoon or celebrate your wedding year? Discover tours for Valentine’s Day. Visit the best romantic corners of France, Great Britain, unforgettable medieval cities and castles, as well as sea coasts that promise an interesting joint vacation. European Best Destinations named… Read More »

Prague, Czech Republic

According to abbreviationfinder, Prague is the capital of the Czech Republic and the Bohemian region. Although in ancient times it was also the capital of the Kingdom of Bohemia and Czechoslovakia. The historic and, at the same time, modern city is more than 1000 years old. It contains a wonderful magic, with which it will attract you in any season of the year.… Read More »

Czech Republic Economy and Shopping

ECONOMY Business etiquette Many business people speak German. The clothing is quite formal. Long meals are common when negotiating. Many companies are closed during the holiday season in July and August. Prague By and large, the Czechs are warm-hearted people to whom hospitality is extremely important, and so it can happen that the bill is… Read More »

Czech Republic Travel Guide

GENERAL Official name of the state Czech Republic. Capital Praha (Prague). Geography As a country located in Europe according to thembaprograms, the Czech Republic borders Germany and Poland in the north, Slovakia in the east, Austria in the south and Germany in the west. In the west of the country lies Cechy (Bohemia), in the… Read More »