Czech Culture and Language

Popular Czech Names

These are some of the most popular names for boys and girls in The Czech Republic: Girls’ Names Adela, which means of noble descent or lineage. Ana, which means compassion or grace. Bohdana, which means God’s gift. Daleka, which means distant battle. Elita, which means God’s oath. Boys’ Names Alexander, which means defender of man. …

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Czech Children’s Games

Children’s Games The citizens of Czech Republic celebrate Children’s Day on June 1st annually. On this day, families take their children to local churches and parks, in which the parks hold carnivals and fun events for the kids of the republic. This day celebrates peace, harmony, and great health of all children.  

Czech Customs and Culture

Czech Customs and Culture –          Do not go to someone else’s home without bringing flowers, or a sweet treat –          You are expected to remove your shoes upon visiting someone’s home, most homes will have slippers for you –          Czech culture means less private space, culturally, they are a lot closer than Western civilization –          …

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Common Czech Cuisines

Common Czech Cuisines The traditional Czech cuisine consists of roast pork, with sour kraut and dumplings. Some popular foods all have the same sides, like soups, potatoes, and more. While the Czech Republic has recently turned the cuisine over to a healthier menu, one cannot forget what meals make the Czech cuisines memorable. Popular soups: …

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3 Must Go See’s

3 Must Go See’s Prague City Center: one of the most visited areas; it is a central point of Prague. Here is where one can find shops, amusement centers, restaurants, and so much more. Many visitors and citizens visit here for a great time, or wonderful sights to see as well. Petrin Lookout Tower: 60 …

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Fun Facts

Fun Facts Czech people are the heaviest beer consumers There are 2000 castles in the Czech Republic The official language of Czech Republic is Czech. About 59% of the population is agnostic, atheist, or non-believer. About 26.8% is Roman Catholic while 2.5% is Protestant. The country has four national parks, the oldest being Krkonoše National …

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