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Land Of Stories

Czech Republic

Official title: Czech Republic

Area: 78,864 square kilometres

Neighbouring countries: Germany, Poland, Austria and Slovakia

Population:10,300,000 inhabitants

Capital: Prague (1.2 million inhabitants)

Other major cities: Brno (388,596), Ostrava (325,827), Pilsen (171,908), Olomouc (106,278)

Administrative language”Czech

Religion: Predominantly Roman Catholic (39.2 %), Protestant (4.6%), Orthodox (3%), Atheist (39.8%)

Political system: Parliamentary democracy

Currency: Czech crown – CZK, 1 Kc = 100 h
Coins: 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50 Kc
Banknotes: 100, 200, 500, 1000, 2000 and 5000 Kc

Time zone: Central European Time (CET), from April to October – summer time (GMT + 1, GMT + 2)

Climate: Temperate, four seasons, a mix of ocean and inland climate, changeable winters, warm summers. The average daily temperature in January, the coldest of winter months is about -2°C, in July, the warmest month, about 20°C.

Telephone numbers: The country telephone code for the Czech Republic is 420.

Voltage: 220 v/50 hz

State and public holidays:

  • January 1st – New Year’s Day; National Holiday – Formation of the Czech Republic
  • Variable – Easter Monday
  • May 1st – May Day (Labour Day)
  • May 8th – National Holiday – Day of Liberation from Fascism (1945)
  • July 5th – National Holiday – Day of Slav Missionaries Cyril and Methodius
  • July 6th – National Holiday – Master John Huss (1415)
  • September 28th – Saint Wenceslas Day
  • October 28th – National Holiday – Foundation of Freedom and Independence
  • 24-26 December – Christmas

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