Tsjekkiske republikk

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Byer Tsjekkiske republikk  
Landinformasjon landskode: CZ
kontinentet: Europa
hovedstad: Praha
språk: Tsjekkiske

EU-medlemskap: ja
NATO-medlemskap: ja

GSM: 900/1800/3G
GPS: 49 45 N, 15 30 E
elektrisitet: 230V/50Hz

Tsjekkisk Koruna: CZK
1CZK = 0.044 USD
1CZK = 0.035 EUR

Telefonkode: +420-2

Travel råd og advarsler Tsjekkiske republikk
Shopping The answer to what is typical Czech product is long. Bohemian Crystals, Glassworks, Porcelain, Granat Jewelry, Toys, Paintings, Clay, Old Wooden Cloth Prints, Spirits. Shops also sell variations of non-Czech items such as Babushkas.

Buy a clay flute on Charles Bridge then head for wonderful pottery design shop by young Czech artists.
Tourism The Czech Republic lies at the heart of Central Europe and at its center is the beautiful and historic city of Prague. With a population of some 1. 3 million residents, the city lies on either side of the Vltava River in the middle of Bohemia that is one of the three historic Czech territories; the others being Moravia and Silesia. The city has seven "Chapter Divisions" or districts. North & Western Suburbs This is mainly an area of residential buildings and parkland, containing Prague's largest park — Stromovka . The . . .
Cuisine Czech cuisine has both influenced and been influenced by the cuisines of surrounding countries. Many of the fine cakes and pastries that are popular in Central Europe originated in the Czech lands. Czech cuisine is marked by a strong emphasis on meat dishes. Pork is quite common, and beef and chicken are also popular. Goose, duck, rabbit and wild game are served. Fish is rare, with the occasional exception of fresh trout and carp, which is served at Christmas.
Climate The Czech Republic has a Central European moderate and transitional climate, with variations resulting from the topography of the country. The climate is temperate with cool summers, and cold, cloudy, and humid winters. The average temperature in Prague ranges from about –1° C (30° F ) in January to 19° C (66° F ) in July. A generally moderate oceanic climate prevails in the Czech lands. Rainfall distribution is greatly influenced by westerly winds, and its variation is closely correlated to relief. Over three-fifths of the rain falls during the spring and summer, which is advantageous for agriculture. The precipitation range is from 50 cm (20 in) to more than 127 cm (50 in); rainfall is below 58 cm (23 in) in western Bohemia and southern Moravia.

Read more: Climate - Czech Republic - average, temperature http://www. nationsencyclopedia. com/Europe/Czech-Republic-CLIMATE. html#ixzz1ZERofvN5
Language Czech ( /ˈtʃɛk/; čeština Czech pronunciation: [ˈt͡ʃɛʃcɪna]) is a West Slavic language with about 12 million native speakers; it is the majority language in the Czech Republic and spoken by Czechs worldwide. The language was known as Bohemian in English until the late 19th century. Czech is similar to and mutually intelligible with Slovak and, to a considerably lesser extent, to Polish and Sorbian.
Costs The currency of the Czech Republic is the Czech Koruna (CZK) or Czech Crown. The Crown is subdivided into 100 Helar, but all sub-Crown coinage other than the flimsy 50 Helar piece is no longer in use. Czech coinage consists of 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50 Crown pieces. Banknotes come in 50, 100, 200, 500, 1000, 2000, 5000, increasing in size with value and varying in color and graphic designs. The 50-Crown coin is bimetallic and unpopular with the Czechs, as some claim the copperclad center core pops out, but that has never happened to me in the 6 months I have lived here. The 50-Crown coin will therefore often be stuckin your change if it is apparent you are a visitor or tourist; if you are leaving the country shortly, you should attempt to exchange it for a bill instead or be prepared to be stuck with it and take the (albeit minimal) loss.
Culture Czechoslovakia's main cultural achievements took place primarily in the Middle Ages and after the 18th century. In the intervening three centuries, control by Germans resulted in the suppression of native achievement and forced many artists, musicians, and philosophers to live abroad.

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