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      Czech Republic Country Information
Czech Republic is located on Central Europe. It is a small landlocked country in Europe. The country bordered to the northeast by Poland, to the west and northwest by Germany, to the south by Austria and to the east by Slovakia. The Czech Republic is also a member of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE). During the 13th and 14th century the country reached its greatest territorial extent under the rule of Premyslid and Luxembourg dynasties. After the First World War, the closely related Czechs and Slovaks of the former Austro-Hungarian Empire merged together to form the new nation of Czechoslovakia. The independent Republic of Czechoslovakia was formed in 1918. The country is the first former member of the Comecon to achieve the status of a developed country according to the World Bank in 2006. The country total land area is 30,450 sq mi. The country total population is 10,506,813 in 2009 estimation. Czech is the official language in Czech Republic. The Czech Republic contains a vast of amount of architectural treasure and has beautiful forests and mountains to match. This is not a large country but it has a rich and eventful history. The Czech Republic has a continental climate with relatively hot summers and cold, cloudy and snowy winters. The country climate is depending on the elevation. The warmest month of the year is July, followed by August and June. January, followed by February and December there is usually snow in the mountains and sometimes in the major cities and lowlands. The country agriculture is a small but it is important sector of the economy. The country capital city is Prague it is also a large city in the Czech Republic.

      Czech Republic Recreation, Culture and Attractions
Czech Republic main culture achievements took place primarily in the middle ages and after the 18th century. It is a small country. But it has a rich and eventful history. There were several outstanding scholars in Egyptology, Indology, and Celtic languages and cultures. Czech people celebrate Christmas every year, beginning with a dinner on December 24. Czech contribution to music has been of notable international importance. Germanic, Jewish, and Czech cultures were combined through centuries of history into what is now the Czech Republic. The Czech Republic has a rich scientific tradition. Czech literature and culture played a major role on at least two occasions, when Czech society lived under oppression and no political activity was possible. The Prague is capital of the Czech Republic. It is one of Europe's most beautiful cities. The country has many sports. The country?s leading sports are football (soccer) and ice hockey. These sports are drawing the largest attention of both the media and supporters. Tennis is also a very big sport in the Czech Republic. The country other sports with professional leagues and structures include basketball, volleyball, team handball, track and field athletics and floorball.

      Czech Republic Country Demographics
Czech Republic total population - 10,368,946
Czech Republic male population - 5,088,338
Czech Republic female population - 5,280,608
Czech Republic Ukrainian population - 132,481
Czech Republic Slovak population - 75,210
Czech Republic Vietnamese population - 61,102
Czech Republic Russian population - 29,976
Czech Republic Polish population - 19,790
Czech Republic German population - 14,156
Czech Republic Moldovan population - 10,315
Czech Republic Bulgarian population - 6,346
Czech Republic Mongolian population - 5,924
Czech Republic American population - 5,803
Czech Republic Chinese population - 5,314
Czech Republic British population - 4,461
Czech Republic Belarusian population - 4,441
Czech Republic Serbian population - 4,098
Czech Republic Romanian population - 4,021
Czech Republic Kazakh population - 3,896
Czech Republic Austrian population - 3,114
Czech Republic Italian population - 2,580
Czech Republic Dutch population - 2,553
Czech Republic French population - 2,356
Czech Republic Croatian population - 2,351
Czech Republic Bosnian population - 2,240
Czech Republic Armenian population - 2,021
Czech Republic Uzbek population - 1,969
Czech Republic Macedonian population - 1,787
Czech Republic Japanese population - 1,581

      Czech Republic School Information
The country education is free and compulsory from ages 6 to 15. The county education system is divided into several levels and types of schools according to age and the kind of training provided. The gross enrollment rate in 1995 for basic compulsory education was 86.9 percent. There is also a long-standing talk about paying fees for attending university. Czech universities, collages and specialized institutions are sought after for their attractive fields of study and high quality by students from all over the world. The capital Prague is the center of academic and vocational education, the seat of the Academy of Sciences and of a number of other research and scientific institutes. Through the improvements made in upper-secondary and postsecondary education and training programs by the turn of the millennium in the country.

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Czech Republic Country Flower
Tilia cordata
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Czech Republic Country motto
Pravda vztezz
Czech Republic Country Song
Kde domov muj

      Czech Republic Country History
The Czech Republic is a small country in Central Europe. It is not a large country but it has a rich and eventful history. From the third century BC archaeologists have found evidence of prehistoric human settlements in the area. And also Germanic tribes of Marcomanni and Quadi settled there in the 1st century. The first ethnically identifiable inhabitants of the area, a Celtic people, lived there from the fourth century B.C.E. until about the second century C.E. They were followed by a Germanic people who left during the so-called migration of nations in the fifth century. In the first half of the eleventh century, Oldrich of the princely and later royal Czech dynasty of the Premysls brought Moravia under his control, and Bohemia and Moravia then became the foundation of the Czech state. In the 15th century the religious and social reformer Jan Hus formed a movement, later named after him. The first university in central Europe was founded in Prague in 1348. After 1526 Bohemia came increasingly under Habsburg control as the Habsburgs became first the elected and then the hereditary rulers of Bohemia. The Czechs lost their national independence to the Hapsburgs Empire in 1620. The Bohemian kingdom lost its independence, and its provinces were declared the hereditary property of the Hapsburgs. After the fall of the Holy Roman Empire, Bohemia became part of the Austrian Empire and later of Austria?Hungary. The Czech Republic was the western part of the Czech and Slovak Federal Republic. After the First World War, the closely related Czechs and Slovaks of the former Austro-Hungarian Empire merged together to form the new nation of Czechoslovakia. After the World War I the independent republic of Czechoslovakia was created in 1918. The remaining Czech territory was occupied by Germany, which transformed it into the so-called Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia. In the period of 1945?1946 thousands of Germans were held in prisons and detention camps, or used as forced labour. The only Germans not expelled were some 250,000, who had been active in the resistance against the Nazis or were considered economically important. There has always been a special relationship between Czechs and the United States. On 1 January 1993, the country underwent a "velvet divorce" into its two national components, the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Now the country is a member of Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe. The Czech Republic joined as a member of NATO since 1999 and of the European Union since 2004.

      Czech Republic Country Tourist Information
Tourism is the one of the well developed industry in Czech Republic. The country economy gets a substantial income from tourism. There are many historic places to visit, like Velka Synagoga, it is one of the largest synagogues in the world. Prague Cathedral, Sedlec Ossuary. The Prague is the capital of Czech Republic. Prague is a relatively safe city; most areas are safe to walk around even after dark. It is the primary tourist attraction, as the city is also the most common point of entry for tourists visiting other parts of the country. Other popular tourist sites are the many castles and chateaux, such as those at Karl?tejn Castle, Ceskż Krumlov and the Lednice?Valtice area. The country is also famous for its love of puppetry and marionettes with a number of puppet festivals throughout the country. Most other cities in the country attract significant numbers of tourists, but the spa towns, such as Karlovy Vary, Marianske Lazne and Franti?kovy Lazne, are particularly popular holiday destinations.

      Czech Republic Country Transportation
In Czech Republic transport is including by road, rail, water and air. The passenger transport on the roads was significant increase in the Czech Republic in the period of 1980s and 1990s. Paved highways cover 34,445 mi, including 310 mi of expressways in 2002. Principal airports include Turany at Brno, Mosnov at Ostrava, and Ruzyne at Prague. Ruzyne is the nation's primary commercial airlink. As a landlocked nation, the Czech Republic relies on coastal outlets in Poland, Croatia, Slovenia, and Germany for international commerce by sea. There are 188 mi of waterways in Czech Republic.

      Czech Republic Taxes
Czech Republic Country Corporate tax - 21%
Czech Republic Country Maximum Personal Income tax - 15%
Czech Republic Country Vallu Added Tex (VAT) - 20%
Czech Republic Country Individual tax - 15%
Czech Republic Country Payroll tax usually reduces taxable income - 47.5%
Czech Republic Country income tax rate for individual's income - 15%
Czech Republic Country Corporate tax - 19%
Czech Republic Country corporate tax on Pension and investment funds - 5%
Czech Republic Country corporate tax on Dividend - 15%
Czech Republic Country corporate tax on Income from interest - 19%
Czech Republic Country taxpayer's annual exemption - CK 24,840
Czech Republic Country Exemption for a non-working wife - CK 24,840
Czech Republic Country Exemption for those receiving a 100% disability allowance - CK16,140
Czech Republic Country Exemption for high school / university students - CK 4,020
Czech Republic Country Tax Relief for Contributions to the public benefit - 10% of the tax
Czech Republic Country reduced rate VAT - 20%
Czech Republic Country Inheritance and Gifts Tax - 7%-40%
Czech Republic Country Real Estate Transfer Tax - 3%

      Czech Republic Universities
Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic - 50,000 Students
Palackż University of Olomouc, Olomouc, Moravia, Czech Republic (EU) - 24,500 Students
Masaryk University, Brno, Moravia, Czech Republic (EU) - 42,182 Students
Czech Technical University, Prague, Czech Republic - 23,363 Students
Brno University of Technology, Brno, Czech Republic - 22 479 Students
Technical University of Ostrava, Ostrava, Czech Republic - 22,512 Students
Czech University of Life Sciences Prague, Prague, Czech Republic (EU) - 18 000 Students
Mendel University Brno, Brno, Czech Republic - 9,665 Students
University of Pardubice, Pardubice, Czech Republic - 9,200 Students
University of West Bohemia, Pilsen, Czech Republic - 18,151 Students
University of Ostrava, Ostrava, Czech Republic - 9,480 Students
Jan Evangelista Purkyne University in Ustz nad Labem, Ustz nad Labem, Czech Republic - 10,000 Students
University of Silesia, Opava, Czech Republic - 4, 000 Students
Technical University of Liberec, Liberec, Czech Republic, Czech Republic - 8,000 Students
University of Hradec Kralove, Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic - 8500 Students
Tomas Bata University, Zlzn, Czech Republic - 10,000 Students
Academy of Performing Arts in Prague, Prague, Czech Republic - 1,541 Students

      Czech Republic Religions
Czech Republic Christian Population is 28.9%
Czech Republic Roman Catholic Population is 26.8%
Czech Republic Protestant Population is 2.5%
Czech Republic Muslim Population is 0.1%
Czech Republic Buddhist Population is 0.5%
Czech Republic Hindu Population is 0.03%
Czech Republic Others Population is 2.6%
Czech Republic Non-religious Population is 67.8%

      Czech Republic Regions
Prague Region, Czech Republic - Population 1,170,571
Central Bohemian Region, Czech Republic - Population 1,144,071
South Bohemian Region, Czech Republic - Population 625,712
Plzen Region, Czech Republic - Population 549,618
Karlovy Vary Region, Czech Republic - Population 304,588
Ustz nad Labem Region, Czech Republic - Population 822,133
Liberec Region, Czech Republic - Population 427,563
Hradec Kralove Region, Czech Republic - Population 547,296
Pardubice Region, Czech Republic - Population 505,285
Olomouc Region, Czech Republic - Population 635,126
Moravian-Silesian Region, Czech Republic - Population 1,257,554
South Moravian Region, Czech Republic - Population 1,123,201
Zlzn Region, Czech Republic - Population 590,706
Vysocina Region, Czech Republic - Population 517,153

      Czech Republic Country Government
The Czech Republic government is parliamentary democracy with president as the head of state with limited specific powers and prime minister as the head of government and wields considerable powers. The president is selected by a joint session of the parliament for a five-year term. The Constitutional court judges for the Senate's approval and dissolve the parliament under certain special and unusual circumstances. He also appoints the prime minister, as well the other members of the cabinet on a proposal by the prime minister. Supreme Court; Constitutional Court; chairman and deputy chairmen are appointed by the president for a 10-year term. The Prime Minister has the right to set the agenda for most foreign and domestic policy, mobilize the parliamentary majority and choose government ministers.

      Czech Republic Country Parks
Czech Republic has four national parks and Protected Landscape Areas. They are ?umava National Park: is a National Park in the Plzen and South Bohemian Regions of the Czech Republic along the border with Germany and Austria. Krkono?e National Park: it has the highest range of the country. It is an oldest park in the country. This park has also been listed as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve site. Czech Switzerland: it is also known as Bohemian Switzerland national park. Its highest elevation is the mountain Decznskż Sneznzk at 726m above sea level. It has been a protected area. The country has 25 Protected Landscape Areas.

      Czech Republic Country Economy
As of 2011 Czech Republic GDP was $27,100. Czech Republic is a member in World Trade Organization. Czech Republic is stable and rich of the post Communist state. Czech has the rank 15th in the world for education system. Czech Republic economy is mainly based on manufacturing. The Czech Republic farming outputs are wheat, potatoes, sugar beets, hops, fruit and poultry. Czech Republic manufacturing outputs are machines, iron, steel, metals, chemicals, electronics, transportation tools, textiles, and pharmaceuticals. The main manufacturing industry for Czech Republic is auto industry. Machinery, transport tools, raw materials, fuel and chemicals are the exports of Czech Republic and imports are machinery, transport goods, fuels and chemicals. Czech Republic has strong industrial convention in the 19th century.

      Czech Republic Country Health Care System
The Czech - Health Care System is a mixed system with both public and private health insurance available. In the recent year the country general level of health has improved a lot due to the government?s preventive health programs. Czech Republic is endowed with world class health care apparatus that caters to the medical needs of the native population. The Ministry of Health defines the level of care that the GHIC must provide to its clients. Czech Republic has health insurance schemes that provide them with all the necessary financial assistance in case of emergency. User Czech Republic Comments

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