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ID number:897751
Published: 17.05.2004.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
References: Not used

General description
In 1989 Czechoslovakia divides into two parts. One named as Slovakia, but other as Czech Republic. I will presentate you a little bit about Czech Republic.
Czech is not a big country and neither not a small. The area of county is about 79 sq km. There live about 10.3 million of people. The capital City is Prague, one of the most beautiful City`s in all Europa. Czech is situated in Central Europa and to be on the border with Poland, Germany, Austria and Slovakia.
The territory of Chech is divided into 3 big historical provinces: Bohemia, Moravia and Silezia.
The climate is quite warm. There are warm summers but cold winters. The average temperature is about +1 till – 10oC in January, and +21 - +40oC in July.
Czech territory is quite small, but with big relief, nature and landscape variety. Many mountains, low – grades, plains, caves, lakes and rivers. The highest place in Czech is mountain – Snezka 1602 m high.
In Czech there are many of mineral springs.

Why to go there?
Czech is very beautiful country with many historical monuments and nature treasure. There are many beautiful landscapes with mountains, rivers and city`s. In this country there are many old historical castles like Karlstein, Hluboka and Konopiste.
In Prague you can relax and take some romantic walk all around old city and take a brake in some small square cafeteria.
You can go to Czech maybe with an appropriate decision to get better in one of the Czech great Spa health resorts. …

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