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Brno
Czech Republic
Brno Brno Man has lived in the Brno basin since prehistoric times, and there was a settlement on the site of today's city at the time of the Great Moravian Empire. In around 1000 a settlement was established on a ford across the River Svratka, now known as Staré Brno (Old Brno), and it was this that gave the city its name. From the 11th century, Bretislav's castle stood here, and was the seat of the non-ruling Premyslid Prince. Around the castle several Czech market villages grew up, both in Old Brno and around Horni trh (today Zelny trh/Vegetable Market). Foreign colonists started to arrive from the 13th century: Germans, Flemish and Walloons, who settled around the Lower Square (today's Namesti Svobody).
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Prague
Czech Republic
Prague Prague Prague, the capital of the Czech republic, is the largest and most important town community of the state. It is situated between 49° 56' and 50° 10' of the north latitude, 14° l3' and 14° 42' of the east longitude.The town covers an area 498 km2 and had 1210916 inhabitants (on 30. September 1995).The density of population was 2432 per 1 km2. Prague is the biggest Industrial centre of the Czech republic with predominant productions of machinery (45 %), food (20 %) and electrical goods (8 %).
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Punkva Caves
Czech Republic
Punkva Caves Punkva Caves The Punkva Caves can be found in Pusty Zleb, about 1 km from the Skalni mlyn information centre. The caves were discovered in stages in the years 1909–1933 by Professor Absolon’s group of speleologists. The visitors walk through mighty underground spaces and corridors decorated with stalactites and stalagmites, as far as the bottom of the world-famous Macocha (=Step Mother) abyss.
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Czech Republic
Czech Republic
Czech Republic Czech Republic Czech Republic, landlocked republic in central Europe, comprising the historic regions of Bohemia and Moravia, and part of Selesia. The republic borders Poland to the north, Germany to the northwest and west, Austria to the south, and Slovakia to the east. Prague is its capital and largest city. The Czech-inhabited lands of Bohemia and Moravia were part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire from the early 17th century until 1918, when they were united in a common state with Slovakia and part of Silesia.
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Český Krumlov
Czech Republic
Český Krumlov Cesky Krumlov According to legend, the name Krumlov is derived from the German „Krumme Aue„, which may be translated as „crooked meadow„. The name comes from the natural topography of the town, specifically from the tightly crooked meander of the Vltava river. The word „Cesky" simply means Czech, or Bohemian (actually one and the same), as opposed to Moravian or Silesian. In Latin documents it was called Crumlovia or Crumlovium. The town was first mentioned in documents from 1253, where Krumlov was called Chrumbonowe.
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Pilsen
Czech Republic
Pilsen Pilsen - The Center of The Region The New Town of Pilsen was founded at the confluence of four rivers - Radbuza, Mze, Uhlava and Uslava - following a decree issued by the Czech king Wenceslas II. He did so in 1295. Since the very beginning, the town became a busy trade center located at the crossroads of two important trade routes. They were linking the Czech lands with German cities Nuremburg and Regensburg.
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