The Czech Republic. Basic information Maps and neighbours History Parliament Historical monuments Important cities Nature. Basic information o n the Czech Republic. This is the Czech national emblem. Area: 78 866 km² Population: 10,4 mil. Capital city : Prague
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Maps and neighbours
This is theCzech national emblem
Population: 10,4 mil.
Capital city: Prague
Official language: Czech
It was established: 1.1.1993
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This will be about maps of the Czech Republic
Here is Labe
Here is Vltava
Here you can read about the history of the Czech Republic.
From the Samo‘s empire to the present
The first historically documented establishment was Samo’s Empire. After Samo’s death his empire broke up.
Then the Principality of Nitra and the Moravian Principality were united by Mojmír I.
- the Great Moravian Empire was established.
The Czech state appeared in 9 th century when it was ruled by the Přemyslid dynasty.
In 11 th century the Czech state became The Czech Kingdom. Ottokar Přemyslid I. was one of the famous Czech kings.
The Přemyslid dynasty ruled here for over 400 years.
After the Přemyslid dynasty ruled here the Luxembourg dynasty.
In that dynasty was the famous king Charles IV.
After the Luxembourg dynasty ruled here the Habsburg dynasty for over 300 years. The Czech state was joined to the Austro-Hungarian empire.
After World War I on 28.10.1918 the Czech state with Slovakia created Czechoslovakia.
(Czechoslovakia were two states united into one)
The first president of Czechoslovakia was Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk.
On 1.1.1993 Czechoslovakia broke up into the independent Czech and Slovak republics.
The first president of the Czech Republic was Václav Havel.
The first president of the Slovak Republic was Michal Kováč.
Our parliament consists of two chambers: The Chamber of Deputies,which has got 200 members (they are voted for 4 years) and the Senate, which has got 81 senators (they are voted for 6 years).
Every citizen, who is 18 years old may vote.
Into the Chamber of Deputies can be voted every citizen, who is at least 21 years old. And into the Senate can be voted every citizen, who is at least 40 years old.
This is our president
On 28 February 2003 he was elected the president of the Czech Republic.
This is Jiří Paroubek. He was born on 21 August 1952 in Olomouc. He is a Czech social-democratic
politician. On 13 May 2006 he was elected the chairman of ČSSD.
This is Mirek Topolánek. He became the chief of ODS in November 2002.
In June 2006 he became the Prime Minister.
On the left there is Václav Klaus, in the middle there is Jiří Paroubek and on the right there is Mirek Tolpolánek
This is the St. Vitus Cathedral at Prague Castle. It is very famous. This photo was taken at Christmas……
By Filip F. and Lukáš J.
If you want more pictures try Google November 2002.
In the summer….you can see that in Prague fun is the priority...
We haven‘t got a sea,but we‘ve got Prague beach at our second biggest river Vltava.
We hope that you will visit the Czech Republic
-The Winter- November 2002.But in the winter you can go skiing and snowboarding to our mountains!
Our most popular mountains are Krkonoše and Šumava.
Czech people love mushrooms and they pick them up in every forest. They know lots of kinds, but unfortunately they sometimes pick some toadstools:P
Krkonoše are the most visited mountains in the Czech Republic, because there is the highest mountain called Sněžka. It´s 1603 metres high. There are beautiful places for skiing and snowboarding. There are many hotels so you shouldn´t have problems with accommodation. It´s a special place, and treasure of our country.
This is our most popular national park called Šumava.In this picture you can see our biggest water tank Lipno. We go there every summer because there is very beautiful nature and our family friend has got horses there. There are super beachsides with nice people and you can go by boat, ride a bike or go fishing.