I'm pretty sure it's France but who comes next?
One food dish that is typical in Slovakia is stuffed cabbage. In Slovak, it is called plnená kapusta. This dish is actually common mainly in the eastern part of the country. The dishes common in the rest are baked chicken with rice, various kinds of schnitzel (breaded steak), and goulash stews served with a steamed dumpling called knedľa. Also, the "national dish" of the country are potato dumplings topped with a special sheep cheese called bryndza. Other specialties are plum dumplings - plums covered in dough, cooked and served topped with melted butter and ground poppy seeds, soups, and all kinds of sweets.
as of 2009, in the center of Prague you can expect to pay from 25-40Kc for a 0.5l beer at a 'cheap' to 'average' place. Most Czechs would think twice before paying more than 30-35Kc. At the more tourist centric places, you can pay up to 150Kc for a 0.33l glass which is considered a total ripoff for any Czech. As you go out of the center, prices are low, probably 18Kc is about the lowest you'll find a beer served to you at any place throughout the country.
Outside of the touristy Old Town and Mala Strana, beer will caost you around 18-25 koruny, which is about 1$ American for a .5 liter. Pilsner Urquell is usually a little more expensive, wheras Gambrinus, Staropramen, and Krusovice are often a little cheaper. All are excellent, especially when compared to their American counterparts. Most beers come in either light (which is different than the American Light) and Dark. And most pivnice's serve only one or two types of beer on draught, a sign outside will tell you which is served inside.
+421 is the country code for Slovakia. Substitute your international dialing prefix for the plus sign. Thus, from most of Europe, dial 00 421; from the US and Canada, dial 011-421; from Australia, dial 0011 421.
(The plus sign means "insert your international access prefix here." From a GSM mobile phone, you can enter the number in full international format, starting with the plus sign. The most common prefix is 00, but North America (USA, Canada, etc.) uses 011, and many other countries use different prefixes.)
Czechoslovakia peacefully split into the Czech Republicand Slovakia.
"Jak se máš?"
It is Interdependent.
The Dissolution of Czechoslovakia, sometimes known as the Velvet Divorce, took effect on 1 January 1993. The event saw the self-determined, peaceful split of the federal state of Czechoslovakia into the Czech Republic and Slovakia. On November 13, the Federal Assembly passed Constitution Act 541 which settled the division of property between the Czech lands and Slovakia. With Constitution Act 542, passed on 25 November, they agreed to the dissolution of Czechoslovakia as of 31 December 1992. The split was spurred by both political and financial reasons.
It doesn't have a national flower, but it has a national tree: the Linden tree.
Czechs as they are citizens of the Czech Republic and Prague is the Capital. http://www.czech.cz/en
The Czec Republic as it's title would suggest does not have a monarchy. Before 1918 the area currently occupied by the Czec Republic was part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, which was a monarchy.
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The old Czechoslovakia was surrounded by Austria, Hungary, Ukraine, Poland, and Germany.
The Czech Republic does not grow a lot of crops. The food they do grow is mostly grain (rye, oats, corn, wheat, and barley.) Also, they grow oilseeds, sugar beets, potatoes, and apples.
(Česká) koruna (Czech crown)
There were things called pull factors. Like streets paved with gold and more job opportunities. Push factors are the opposite. They were things that made people leave their country. Like religious and political violence.
One hour. UK is in GMT(+00:00), while Czech Republic is in CET (+01:00).