THE CZECH REPUBLIC

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Information about THE CZECH REPUBLIC

Published on April 6, 2014

Author: kasparsandersons71

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THE CZECH REPUBLIC

The flag • Our flag has got three colours: White, red and blue. It is called a tricolour. • White colour symbolizes cleanness. • Red colour symbolizes blood. • Blue colour symbolizes a cloudless sky.

The Symbol of the Country The Coat of Arms of the Czech Republic (In Czech: Státní znak České republiky) displays the three historical regions which make up the nation. The symbols are: * Lion for Bohemia * Black eagle for Silesia * White and red eagle for Moravia

Where is the Czech Republic? We live in Prague – the capital of the country Here, in the middle of Europe, is our country, the Czech Republic, …

Here we are again… •

THERE ARE 14 REGIONS. The regions of the Czech Republic

The Capital city • The Capital city of the Czech Republic is Prague. There are a lot of historical buildings. For example: Charles Bridge, Charles University, Prague Castle, etc. • The Population of Prague: There are about 1 233 211 inhabitants.

Prague (Praha) • The capital city is Prague (Praha). • The population of the Czech Republic is 10 467 542 people

Greetings in the Czech language • Good morning = Dobré ráno • Good afternoon = Dobré odpoledne • Good night = Dobrou noc • How are you? = Jak se máš / máte?

How is the climate? Four seasons change in our country : -Spring -Summer -Autumn -Winter

The Czech Republic has a temperate continental climate, with relatively hot summers and cold, cloudy and snowy winters. Most rain falls during the summer. The temperature difference between summer and winter is relatively high, due to the landlocked geographical position. Within the Czech Republic, temperatures vary greatly, depending on the elevation. In general, at higher altitudes, the temperatures decrease and precipitation increases. Another important factor is the distribution of the mountains; therefore, the climate is quite varied. The Climate

How’s the climate?  This is spring – we call it „jaro“  Average temperatures are about 15°C

How’s the climate?  This is summer – we call it „léto“  Average temperatures are about 20°C

How’s the climate?  This is winter – we call it „zima“  Average temperatures are about -2°C

How’s the climate?  This is autumn – we call it “podzim”  Average temperatures are about 15 °C

A landscape that you love ← This is the national park called České Švýcarsko (Czech Switzerland). The typical view on vineyard. ↑

A landscape that you love The Czech landscape is quite varied. Bohemia, to the west, consists of a basin drained by the Elbe and the Vltava rivers, surrounded by mostly low mountains, such as the Giant Mountains (Krkonoše). The highest point in the country, Sněžka at 1,602 m (5,260 ft), is located here. Moravia, the eastern part of the country, is also quite hilly. It is drained mainly by the Morava River. Water from the landlocked Czech Republic flows to three different seas: the North Sea, Baltic Sea and Black Sea.

A product of our country • The best product of our country is BEER. • And the second best product is Czech Garnet “České granáty.“

Beer Car – Škoda auto Costume jewellery Popular Czech products

Jaromír Jágr (an ice-hockey player) Karel Gott (a singer) Czech famous people

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