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REPUBLIQUE TCHEQUE

L’appel de sa capitale !
Un point de rencontre pour les cultures européennes, un patrimoine architectural très riche, un remarquable et bel environnement, de nombreuses grottes, une cuisine de qualité supérieure…
Des villes uniques : Prague, Plzen, Brno, Tabor, Telc…
Des paysages uniques : la forêt bohémienne, les vignobles de Moravie, la Silésie…
Des sites uniques : la Vieille Ville de Prague, classifiée par l’UNESCO comme site de Patrimoine Mondial, le Château de Spilberk à Brno, le centre historique de Telc, le Château de Zvikov…
La République tchèque compte aussi plus de 2000 châteaux et palais !
 
Capital: Prague
Official language(s): Czech, Slovak
Recognized minority languages (alphabetically): Bulgarian, Croatian, German, Greek, Hungarian, Polish, Romani, Russian, Rusyn, Serbian, Slovak and Ukrainian
Ethnic groups: 90.5% Czechs, 3.7% Moravians, 1.9% Slovaks, 3.9% others
Government: Parliamentary republic
EU accession: 1 May 2004
Area: 78,866 km2 = 30,450 sq mi
Population: 10,674,947
Currency: Czech koruna (CZK)

CZECH REPUBLIC

 
The appeal of its capital!
A meeting point for European cultures, a very rich architectural heritage, an outstandingly beautiful environment, numerous caves, high quality cuisine…
Unique cities: Prague, Plzen, Brno, Tabor, Telc…
Unique scenery: the Bohemian forest, the Moravian vineyards, Silesia…
Unique sites: the Old City of Prague, classified by UNESCO as a World Heritage site, Spilberk Castle at Brno, the historic centre of Telc, Zvikov Castle…
Czech Republic also has over 2,000 castles and palaces!