Ostrava is in the Czech Republic. Karlovy Vary is in Bohemia, CzechRepublic. The distance won't vary but the driving time mightdepending on what time of day you try to get around Prague.
Please the official language is the Czech language, but in shops, hotels etc. English language is common.
Depends on the beer, city and pub but on average one pint or 0,5 litre is around 30 CZK or 1 EUR
Acording legend Prague was fundate by Princess LibuÅ¡e daouther ofduke Lech and wife of PÅemysl OrÃ¡Ä wich was first ruler of PÅemysldynasty
They usually start about age 6.
Czech and Slovak Republics.
The average flight time is 8 hours. This is only an approximation and flight times are likely to vary. Your airline will provide you with a flight time when you book a flight.
Czech Republic doesn't have a governor. Head of state is presiden Milos Zeman but his position is mainly symbolic. Most powers are in the hands of Prime Minister.
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No. Not even the summer ones.
Sport organizations get money from the Czech government as well as Czech national lottery Sazka (which is, at the moment, near a bankrupt). Sazka divides all its profit between different Czech sport organizations.
Does the Czech Republic have computers like in the u.s .
Ys it does! same thin .
how are you today - 'jak se dneska mÃ¡Å¡' or 'Jak se ti dnes daÅÃ '
It is a grammar, it means plural form of " to be", practically it means "are".
20 hours on Average. This is for the Melbourne Australia, but the one for the American Melbourne takes about 10 hours.
Yes but not very tall. The tallest one is only around 1600 meters.
Yes. If ti has at least one parent who is a czech citizen, all you need is a "honorary proclamation" that the child is his or birth certificate and it automatically gets czech citizenship.
ProkletÃ½ ostrov is a Czech equivalent to the title of the movie 'Shutter Island'.
Grandmother in welsh is mam-gu
Julie a Julia is a Czech equivalent of the title to the movie 'Julie and Julia'.
Vlkodlak is a Czech equivalent to the title of the movie 'The Wolfman'.
Legie is a Czech equivalent to the title of the movie 'Legion'.
There is no reason for them to be ... These countries were never members of the Soviet Union and traditionally they have faced westwards and not eastwards.
They trade with eachother
Soccer, ice hockey, skiing, canoeing, swimming, tennis, cooking
Czechs come from a variety of countries: Slovakia, Austria, the United States, the United Kingdom, Chile, Argentina, Canada, Germany, and Russia.
Type your answer here... Jak se jmenujeÅ¡? (informal, to a young person, a person of your age, etc), Jak se jmenujete? (more formal, to older people, people you do not know, superiors, senior.., etc.)
I think it means "he gave" but without context it's hard to say.
Czechoslovakia was the territory carved out Austria-Hungary.However, in 1993, the country split and only the Czech Republicstill borders Germany.
you have to look in a world geography book...
vejce -bird or reptile one, vajÃÄko - as female reproductive cellor saml one bird or reptile egg
Most of the population claim connection to no specific religion. However they would call themselves atheists. Traditionally the dominant religion was Roman Catholic but was deeply eroded by nationalistic and communist propaganda to such a state that nowadays we might call the typical Czech person a ...
According to HowManyHours around 3 hours.
Technically I assume yes. While he was growing up, conscription was in effect so unless he weasled his way out of it somehow then yes.
All countries in Eastern and Central Europe that had been liberated from Nazi rule primarily by Soviet forces became Communist.
The Prague Spring of 1968 is closely assocated with Alexander Dubcek..
One of the key slogans was 'socialism with a human face'.
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It was first president of czech republic.
Not any more. There are now 2 countries that USED to be Czechoslovakia: the Czech Republic and the country of Slovakia.
Austria (1526-1918) Germany (1939-1945) and USSR (1948-1989).
Everybody has to go to school from age six for 9 years. Then it's "voluntary". Both boys and girls go to school if that's what you were wondering.
Czech Republic is rich. It is in the middle of the European ranking, 13 out of 27 and its capital, Prague is fifth wealthiest region in the EU. (According to Eurostat, as of 2009.) The definite answer as is slightly more complex. Koruna, which is the national currency, is still undervalued and...
Parliamentary republic. Head of state is President.
The basic monetary unit is 1 Koruna or Crown (CZK) 20CZK=1USD.
Please the population of Czech Republic in 2011 is about 10,535,811 people.
Czechs wear clothes like in Western Europe\North America
What are the cultural differences between U.S. and Czech cultures
pane and madam is pani :P
The national "flower" is actually a tree, Tilia cordata.
i belive its probably europe i do not know. but if you find the real answer then let me know okay .
Yes, at most shops, hotels and restaurants you will find someone who speaks at least enough English to serve you and separate you from your koruna (if you wish to pay in euros or pounds - ask first, if you wish to pay in dollars - hello, trillion dollar deficit - nobody wants bucks). If you plan...
Czechoslovakia, before the break-up.
Yes, it is by far the best preserved major city in Central Europe.
The highest temperature recorded was 40.2 C at Prague Uhrineves.
Hottest temperatures were recorded around 41Â°C.
Not Much. Mainly maple syrup :)
how long is a flight from toronto to virginia beach??
Main imports: oil, gas and machinery. Main exports: motor vehicles (Skoda), macherinery, chemicals,ceramics, hops, beer. Tourism is also a significant source of foreign currency earnings.
It's a long story, but Czech Republic was once part of eastern block. After fall of communists it focused a lot on westernisation. It still however remaines as a symbol of neutrality, it's in the very middle of Europe and during WW2 the line where Soviet and allied soldiers met ran across Czech...
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In English, the tower is commonly referred to as Petrin Tower. In Czech it's called, Petrinska Rozhledna.
normalization period, regime went much stricter, even compared to neighbouring comunists regimes - eg no/very limited private business allowed, nonexisting freedom of speech etc
The name of the mine is Dolni Rozinka .
There is no clear criterion by which to determine which country is better. They are economically and politically similar, both are members of the European Union, both have interesting and rich histories.
The four countries are Austria, Germany, Slovakia and Poland.
Czechoslovakia was established in 1918 as a completely new state on the territory of the former Austro-Hungarian Empire. In 1938-39 it was broken up by Nazi Germany, but re-established in 1945. However, in 1993 it dissolved peacefully into the Czech Republic and Slovakia..
No, it seperated into two...