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TRENDING FASHION IN CZECH REPUBLIC

TRENDING FASHION IN CZECH REPUBLIC

The Czech Republic, also referred to as Czechia, is a landlocked nation in Central Europe. It was formerly known as Bohemia and is bordered by Slovakia to the southeast, Austria to the south, Germany to the west, Poland to the northeast. The Czech Republic’s 78,871 square kilometer hilly terrain is covered by a temperate continental and oceanic climate. Prague, the country’s capital and largest city, as well as Brno, Ostrava, Plze, and Liberec, are other significant cities and urban regions.

Under the rule of Great Moravia, the Duchy of Bohemia was established in the late ninth century. In 1002, the Holy Roman Empire formally recognized it as an Imperial State; it attained kingdom status in 1198. The entire Crown of Bohemia was eventually incorporated into the Habsburg empire following the Battle of Mohács in 1526. The Thirty Years’ War resulted from the Protestant Bohemian Revolt. The Habsburgs strengthened their position of power with the Battle of the White Mountain. The Crown lands joined the Austrian Empire after the Holy Empire was dissolved in 1806.

The Czech lands advanced in industrialization during the 19th century, and the majority of them joined the First Czechoslovak Republic in 1918 as a result of the defeat of Austria-Hungary in World War I. The only nation in Central and Eastern Europe to maintain a parliamentary democracy throughout the entire interwar period was Czechoslovakia.

The Czech Republic is a developed nation with a sophisticated, high-income social market economy. It is a unitary parliamentary republic. It is a welfare state with a social model based on Europe, universal health coverage, and tuition-free higher education. It is ranked 24th in the World Bank Human Capital Index, 32nd in the Human development index, and 12th in the UN inequality-adjusted human development index. It comes in at number eight for both safety and peace, and number thirty-nine for democratic administration. The Czech Republic is a part of the Council of Europe, the OECD, NATO, the European Union, the United Nations, and NATO.

TRENDING FASHION IN CZECH REPUBLIC

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ACCESSORIES IN CZECH REPUBLIC

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TRIBES IN CZECH AND THEIR FASHION

The Czech

The founding fathers of Pan-Slavism were the Czechs. The word “Czech ethnonym” refers to a Slavic tribe in central Bohemia that, in the late ninth century, conquered the neighboring tribes and established the Czech/Bohemian state. The tribe’s name itself has an ambiguous origin.

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The Slovaks

The Slovaks are a West Slavic ethnic group and country that originated in Slovakia. They share Slovak language, culture, and history. The early Slavs were organized into tribes and arrived in Slovakia in multiple waves between the fifth and sixth century.

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TOURIST AND HISTORICAL PLACES IN CZECH REPUBLIC

Kutná Hora – UNESCO World Heritage Site, is the best option if you can only visit one Czech town other than Prague. One of Europe’s top silver mines originally stood in Kutná Hora, a town 80 kilometers to the east of the capital, and the proceeds from it helped pay for many of the area’s most stunning buildings.

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Konopiste Chateau and the Archduke’s Trophies – just 50 kilometers southeast of Prague is Konopiste Chateau, one of the most charming palaces in the Czech Republic. This magnificent four-winged castle in the French style was built in the 13th century and given its current Baroque shape in the 18th century. It is renowned for being the final home of Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand, whose untimely assassination is attributed with sparking World War I.

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Karlstejn Castle – Charles IV, the king of the Czech Republic and the Holy Roman Emperor, commissioned the construction of Karlstejn Castle between 1348 and 1365. The sacred Chapel of the Holy Cross is situated in the Great Tower, and the surroundings are arranged in a physical hierarchy.

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The Colonnades and Spas of Karlovy Vary – the town is dotted with Neoclassical and Art Nouveau colonnades with drinking and bathing fountains in addition to the huge spa facilities. The Tepla River is surrounded by a spectacular fountain that shoots water jets 14 meters into the air.

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Hluboká Castle – the current castle was built in the 1660s on the site of an earlier fortification from the 13th century, and major restorations later gave it its current Gothic Tudor architecture, which is loosely modeled on that of England’s renowned Windsor Castle.

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Spectacular Libraries: The Clementinum and Strahov Monastery – one of the largest in all of Europe, this vast collection of old Baroque structures is home to a number of attractions. The frescoed ceiling of Library Hall is its most notable feature, and visitors can find the Astronomical Tower nearby where they may take in the wonderful views.

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The Prague’s Charles Bridge – Built in 1357, this well-known bridge across the River Vltava features 520 meters of distinctive points of interest, including several exquisite statues. The most well-known are possibly those of Charles IV of Holy Rome, the bridge’s namesake, and the 1683 statue of John of Nepomuk, the nation’s most cherished saint who, unfortunately, was purposefully drowned in the Vltava.

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Ceský Krumlov Castle – it dominates the historic district that bears its name, is unusually well kept for its antiquity. Even though this UNESCO World Heritage Site dates back to the 13th century, much of what is still there today, such as the Rosenberg Ballroom, the Renaissance Hall, the Royal Apartments, and the Chapel of St. George, is from the 17th century.

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Brno’s Cathedral of St. Peter and Paul – one of the most significant national landmarks in the Czech Republic is the stunning Cathedral of St. Peter and Paul, which towers over Brno’s historic center. An 11th-century Romanesque chapel that was later rebuilt to include a basilica and a crypt may still be seen on the site of the cathedral.

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Pruhonice Park – only 15 kilometers south of Prague is the UNESCO World Heritage Site Pruhonice Park, which also houses Pruhonice Castle. The sprawling property, which covers a total area of 250 hectares, has formal gardens, woodland areas, streams, ponds, and 25 kilometers of walking pathways.

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St. Vitus Cathedral – The history of the cathedral is extensive. The structure, which dates back to the year 925 when Prince Wenceslas constructed a chapel there, expanded alongside Prague’s significance and quickly became into a basilica after the Prague bishopric was created.

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Prague’s Old Town Square & Wenceslas Square – the history of the cathedral is extensive. The structure, which dates back to the year 925 when Prince Wenceslas constructed a chapel there, expanded alongside Prague’s significance and quickly became into a basilica after the Prague bishopric was created.

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The Bohemian Paradise – breathtaking Bohemian Paradise, located in Eastern Bohemia, is one of the most stunning regions of the Czech Republic. The numerous huge rock formations that emerge from the earth like spikes and pillars in this area of exceptional natural beauty are well known. These formations were created by tens of thousands of years of weathering by the environment.

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The Prague’s Castle – Prague Castle, which has housed Holy Roman Emperors, the Habsburgs, Bohemian kings, and most recently the President of the Czech Republic, has played a significant role in Eastern European history for centuries.

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Glassworks of Karlovy Vary – in addition to having numerous excellent wellness resorts, the charming town of Karlovy Vary continues to be one of Europe’s most important hubs for the production of glass, a sector that has flourished here for more than 150 years. The Moser Visitor Center, a portion of the 1857-founded Moser glassworks, is a fascinating excursion.

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MUSIC IN CZECH REPUBLIC

The musical traditions of the Czech Republic or its historical constituents, the Czech lands make up the country’s music. The music of Czechoslovakia, its immediate predecessor, is likewise heavily influenced by Czech music.

Sacred music from more than a thousand years ago is the source of the music in this region. The hymn “Lord, Have Mercy on Us,” which dates from the beginning of the 11th century, is the oldest song from this region that has been recorded.

Bohemian traditional music includes Chodsko music, which frequently features bagpipes. The cimbalom, which is played in groups that also include a double bass, clarinet, and violins, is a prominent instrument in Moravian traditional music. Moravian folk music has regional influences, particularly in Valachia, which has a Romanian and Ukrainian heritage. It also has strong cultural ties to Slovakia and Lachia, which is on the boundary between northern Moravia and Czech Silesia and has Polish elements.

Some musicians in Czech Republic include:

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Some artwork in Czech Republic include:

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MEALS IN CZECH REPUBLIC

Smažený Sýr – it’s basically a block of fried cheese coated with egg and bread crumbs.

Sekaná – it consists of minced beef or pork, onions, eggs, bread crumbs, the flavor is enhanced by a touch of caraway and marjoram

Moravský Vrabec – a dish consisting of roasted pork, sauerkraut, and bread dumpling.

kulajda – nearly all Czech restaurants provide. The primary components of this soup are dill, mushrooms, and potatoes, which give it a creamy texture.

Houbový Kuba –  it is literally a dish full of barley cereal, slices of dried mushroom, caramelized onions, herbs, and spices such as the traditional marjoram and caraway.

Guláš – this dish consists of diced pork or beef, with a lot of onions and other spices, such as caraway, paprika, garlic, etc

Smažený Sýr

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Sekaná

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Moravský Vrabec

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kulajda

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Houbový Kuba

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Guláš

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Fazolová Polévka – it’s a rustic soup that consists of smoked meat, hearty root vegetables, and beans.

Česnečka Polévka – traditional it has a garlic base and typically has chopped pork and sausage as good additions.

Řízek – a typical dish that you can find almost everywhere across the country, and it usually pairs with mashed potatoes.

Zelňačka – traditional Czech sauerkraut soup known as Zelňačka can be served as a course appetizer or a main dish.

Vepřo Knedlo Zelo – roasted pork, and its leaked juice during the toasting process will be reduced to serve as a sauce for the dish.

Svíčková Na Smetaně – it’s actually a culinary tradition for weddings! And it’ll be served as a main dish, accompanied by a few slices of lemon and, once again, bread dumplings.

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Česnečka Polévka

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Řízek

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Zelňačka

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Vepřo Knedlo Zelo

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ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION AND HABITAT PROTECTION IN CZECH REPUBLIC

There are a remarkable number of wild plant and animal species in the Czech Republic. The number of species in the nation ranges from 73 000 to 102 000, with 2 800 higher plant species, 50 000 invertebrate species, and 577 vertebrate species.

Only 17% of the entire country’s land is covered with natural and semi-natural habitats, according to the newly released comprehensive report Nature and the Landscape in the Czech Republic 2009, Report on the State.

Recent national Red Lists show that 34% of mammalian species, 52% of breeding bird species, 50% of reptile species, 43% of amphibian species, 43% of fish species, 60% of higher plant species, and 43% of moss species are threatened. According to the aforementioned paper, 878 species, 84 fungi, 27 bryophytes, 118 vascular plants, 627 invertebrates, and 22 vertebrates have vanished from the Czech Republic.

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EFFECT OF CLIMATE CHANGE IN CZECH REPUBLIC

Czech Republic is getting warmed up. In our nation, the winter and summer seasons are when warming is most obvious. Less frequently now than in the past does it freeze or snow. There are more tropical days and torrential downpours during the summer. Our vegetation will gradually resemble the Mediterranean’s.

Temperatures enhance putrefaction and microorganism activity in the water while decreasing the water’s capacity to dissolve oxygen. Toxic cyanobacteria multiply as a result of higher nutrient concentrations. This phenomena poses a serious danger to the quality of surface and subterranean waters, along with pollution brought on by human activity. The lack of clean water will jeopardize public health, lower economic output because it will be difficult to grow crops for cattle, raise the risk of forest fires, and degrade forests. Due to the inability to produce electricity from hot or contaminated water, energy production will also be impacted.

Winter temperatures are higher, which causes snow to melt more quickly and give way to rain instead of snow. This is a concern for the landscape as well as for skiers and ski resort owners. The soil is possible to be used for agricultural purposes, among others, in the spring when plants have already begun to grow and suck nutrients from the soil, thanks to the slow melting of snow. Rain cannot take the place of the snow’s slow melting. Instead, they bolt out into the rivers in a hurry.

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GENDER EQUALITY IN CZECH REPUBLIC

The Czech Republic receives the sixth lowest score among EU economies in the Global Gender Gap Report from the World Economic Forum, where it is ranked 78th out of 156 nations. Czechia’s score on the EIGE’s 2021 Gender Equality Index is 56.7 out of 100.

Daniela Kovářová – a Czech politician who served as Minister of Justice.

Věra Jourová – a Czech politician and lawyer who has been the Vice President of the European Commission for Values and Transparency.

Jana Maláčová – a Czech politician and member of the Czech Social Democratic Party (ČSSD) who served as the Minister of Labour and Social Affairs.

Karolína Peake – a Czech politician and lawyer who served as the Deputy Prime Minister of the Czech Republic

Daniela Kovářová

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Věra Jourová

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Jana Maláčová

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Karolína Peake

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Jana Černochová – Czech politician, currently serving as Czech Minister of Defence.

Vlasta Parkanová – a Czech politician who served as the minister of Defence and shortly as minister of Justice. She was member of the Chamber of Deputies.

Petra Buzková – a former Minister of Education, Youth and Sports in the Czech cabinet. She belongs to the Czech Social Democratic Party.

Helena Langšádlová – a Czech politician, who has served as the Czech Minister for Science and Research.

Jana Černochová

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Vlasta Parkanová

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Petra Buzková

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Helena Langšádlová

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