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  1. Culture Shock! Czech Republic: A Survival Guide to Customs and Etiquette (Culture Shock! Guides) by Tim Nollen, 2008-08
  2. Culture and Customs of the Czech Republic and Slovakia (Culture and Customs of Europe) by Craig Cravens, 2006-08-30
  3. Czech Republic (Cultures of the World) by Efstathia Sioras, Michael Spilling, 2009-09
  4. Czech Republic - Culture Smart!: a quick guide to customs & etiquette by Nicole Rosenleaf Ritter, 2006-09-05
  5. Culture Smart! Czech Republic by Nicole Rosenleaf Ritter, 2006-01-01
  6. Czech Republic (Culture Shock!) by Tim Nollen, 2002-02
  7. Czech Culture: Jára Cimrman, Universe People, Mole, Externism, Culture of the Czech Republic, Cécka, Public holidays in the Czech Republic
  8. Culture Shock!: Czech Republic (Culture Shock!)
  9. Books from the Czech Republic: An official publication of the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic = Bucher aus der Tschechischen Republik : Offizielle ... fur Kultur der Tschechischen Republik
  10. Czech Republic: The Crossroads of European Culture (Countries of the World) by Elena Bianchi, 2006-04
  11. Archaeology of the Czech Republic: Linear Pottery Culture
  12. Museums in the Czech Republic: Museum of Romani Culture, Vysoké Mýto Regional Museum, Chrudim Regional Museum, Muzeum Tesínska
  13. Stránská skála: Origins of the Upper Paleolithic in the Brno Basin, Moravia, Czech Republic (Bulletin (American School of Prehistoric Research))
  14. The Gender Dimensions Of Social Security Reform In Central And Eastern Europe: Case Studies Of The Czech Republic, Hungary And Poland

1. Czech Republic Culture History And Archaeology
Czech Republic Culture History and Archaeology Culture history, archaeological sites, and other information related to the past of what is now the Czech Republic.
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    Culture history, archaeological sites, and other information related to the past of what is now the Czech Republic.
    Mladec Cave - What is Mladec Cave
    The Upper Paleolithic cave site of Mladec in the Czech Republic contains modern human remains, Mladec-type projectile points, bone artifacts and other artifacts in a European site that would otherwise be assigned to the Aurignacian period of Europe; except that it lacks typical Aurignacian stone tools
    Regional analysis of the hilltop settlements in the Central Moravian landscape, emphasis on Funnel Beaker culture. From Maximilian Baldia. zSB(3,3)
    Dolni Vestonice (Czech Republic)
    Institute of Archaeology AS CR Brno
    The Institute of Archaeology at Brno conducts work in the Czech Republic, particularly at the Pavlovian sites of Dolni Vestonice and Pavlov.
    Knoviz culture
    Early Bronze Age to Early Iron Age "urnfield" culture of Bohemia.

    2. Czech Republic Culture
    Holidays Traditions Czech Republic holidays and traditions throughout the year. Czech Name Days Monthly and alphabetical list of Czech namedays
    http://www.myczechrepublic.com/czech_culture/

    3. Czech Republic Culture. Infomation About Culture Of Czech Republic
    The Czech Republic ’s centuriesold cultural traditions have been preserved and developed by many artists in the areas of literature, music, architecture, theatre and film.
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    4. Czech Republic - Language, Culture, Customs And Etiquette
    Guide to Czech culture, society, language, etiquette, manners and protocol
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    Czech Republic - Language, Culture, Customs and Etiquette
    Facts and Statistics Location: Central Europe, bordering Austria 362 km, Germany 646 km, Poland 658 km, Slovakia 215 km Capital: Prague Population: 10,246,178 (July 2004 est.) Ethnic Make-up: Czech 81.2%, Moravian 13.2%, Slovak 3.1%, Polish 0.6%, German 0.5%, Silesian 0.4%, Roma 0.3%, Hungarian 0.2%, other 0.5% (1991) Religions: Roman Catholic 39.2%, Protestant 4.6%, Orthodox 3%, other 13.4%, atheist 39.8%
    The Czech Language 95% of the population speak Czech . 3% of the population speak Slovak, which is closely related to Czech. 2% of the population speak Czech but are also mother tongue speakers of German, Hungarian, Romani and Polish. The Family . The family is the centre of the social structure.
    . Obligation to the family is a person's first priority.
    Practicality
    . Czechs prize forward thinking, logical, practical, and efficient.
    . Careful planning, in both one's business and personal life, provides a sense of security.
    . Rules and regulations allow people to know what is expected and to plan their life accordingly.

    5. Czech Republic Holidays Travel Guide | ULookUBook
    Czech Republic Culture. The Czech Republic has a long cultural history as is evident in its numerous museums and galleries. Many festivals are celebrated each year often with
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    Czech Republic Travel Guide
    Czech Republic Introduction
    Lying in Central Europe, the Czech Republic became an independent state in 1993 when Czechoslovakia was divided in two. With many castles, palaces, churches and historic monuments throughout the country, the Czech Republic is a picturesque and interesting country. The capital is Prague, a wonderful old city that largely escaped the ravages of the Second World War. Most of the country is hilly or mountainous making it ideal for skiing and hiking.
    Why Go To Czech Republic?
    Most visitors to the Czech Republic head for Prague. Although Prague rightly takes first place on any sightseeing tour, the Czech Republic has much more to offer. There are over three thousand castles as well as beautiful Gothic and Baroque churches and palaces. There are also many natural springs and spas where people go to take the waters. In winter there is skiing in the mountains.
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    6. Czech Republic Culture
    Travel Document Systems; Passport and Visa Services. This is the site for the latest Travel Information and the most complete collection of online Visa Applications on the web.
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    Czech Republic Europe
    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. The 14th century laid the basis for a national style in painting. The 19th century witnessed a revival and further development of painting, music, and sculpture. The National Theatre in Prague (1883) and the Bratislava National Theatre are also held in high regard throughout Europe. The 1960's saw a return to prominence of Czechoslovakian films. "The Shop on Main Street", (1966), and "Loves of a Blonde" (1967), won general acclaim in the West. In the late 1980s the Central Council of Trade Unions, the governing body of the Revolutionary Trade Union Movement, encompassed 97 percent of the labor force. It was charged specifically with encouraging productivity, informing the government about labor needs, and providing recreation for workers. Membership and monthly dues were generally compulsory. The Czech Republic retained the largest libraries and document and treasure collections from the former Czechoslovakia. In particular, the National Museum and its library, the library of the Charles University, and the library of the Czech Republic all have extensive collections. In addition, the Premonstratensian Monastery of Strahov in Prague is well known for its collection of notable documents and treasures.

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    8. Culture Of The Czech Republic - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    This article is about the Culture of the Czech Republic.
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    Culture of the Czech Republic
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search This article is about the Culture of the Czech Republic
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    The Czech Republic is located in Europe, bordered by Poland to the north, Germany to the west, Slovakia to the east, and Austria to the south. The Czech Republic used to be Czechoslovakia; but changed when it divided into two countries.
    edit Festivities and Traditions
    Czech people celebrate Christmas every year, beginning with a dinner on December 24. The tables for this dinner can only be set for an even number of guests, because an odd number will bring bad luck. All of the lights in the house must be turned off until the first star comes out, and when it does, the dinner may commence. The first person to leave the table when the meal is finished will be the first person to die that year - this is why everyone must stand up at the same time. Easter, or "Velikonoce" (meaning "great nights"), is a very cheerful and lighthearted holiday in the Czech Republic. Red is a very commonly-worn color during this time, because it symbolizes joy, health, happiness, and new life that comes with spring. Families decorate Easter eggs elaborately together, and a nationwide Easter egg contest is held in Prague and other Czech cities on Easter. Another Easter tradition is the whipping of other's legs with the pomlázka, or pussy willow twigs. Pussy willow twigs are braided and painted with bright colors and then are used by young boys to beat the back of girls' legs. This long-standing tradition is thought to bring health and youth to young girls.

    9. Dreamhouse Publishing Book Club - Czech Republic - Culture Smart
    Culture Smart! provides essential information on attitudes, beliefs and behavior in the Czech Republic, ensuring that you arrive at your destination aware of basic......
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    10. Culture Of Czech Republic - Traditional, History, People, Women, Beliefs, Food,
    Culture of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Culture of Botswana, Culture of Brazil, Culture of British Virgin Islands, Culture of Brunei Darussalam, Culture of Bulgaria, Culture of Burkina
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    C ZECH R EPUBLIC
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    Czech ), which includes Bohemia ( ), the larger western part, and Moravia ( Morava ), the eastern part. Northern Moravia includes Silesia ( Slezsko ), a historical region that lies mostly in southwestern Poland. The Silesians ( ) of the Czech Republic tend to maintain their ethnic character, but many agree that they constitute a subculture within the Czech culture.
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    Czechs call their culture
    O RIENTATION
    Identification. The origin of the words (Bohemia ( ([a] Czech) is not clear. originally may have referred to a dry place, or it may have been a place-name that eventually gave rise to the name of its inhabitants. Alternatively, the ethnic designation (pl.

    11. Czech Republic Culture: If You Really Want To Make A New Life In A Country, You
    Czech Republic Culture If you really want to make a new life in a country, you need to understand the people who live there. Find useful and interesting information about
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    12. My Czech Republic - Czech Travel, Culture, Community
    My Czech Republic is your source of firsthand information about the Czech Republic. Czech travel, culture, language, history, photos, active message boards, and more.
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    Your Czech Republic Czechs Abroad Chat ... Message Boards Welcome to My Czech Republic! Day Trips from Prague
    If you are coming to Prague, we suggest spending at least two or three days there. After that, consider a trip outside of the city to enjoy a different part of the Czech Republic and to see the countryside, villages and small Czech towns.
    CZECH REPUBLIC CITIES Popular Czech towns and cities - Tábor, Olomouc, Karlovy Vary... Getting there, what to see and do.
    PRAGUE GUIDE Prague: places to see, getting around, cafés and restaurants, going out at night, tips on staying safe, etc.
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    MY CZECH REPUBLIC MERCHANDISE Visit our online store to buy greeting cards and mousepads featuring original Czech Republic photos.

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    14. Czech Republic: History, Geography, Government, And Culture — Infoplease.com
    Information on Czech Republic — geography, history, politics, government, economy, population statistics, culture, religion, languages, largest cities, as well as a map and the
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    15. Culture Tours And Vacations In Czech Republic
    Culture tours in Czech Republic We have compiled a list of culture tours in Czech Republic. If you are interested in any of these culture tours, please contact the operator
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    Czech Republic Culture Tours We have compiled a list of culture tours in Czech Republic. If you are interested in any of these culture tours, please contact the operator directly with any questions for ordering free brochures or booking. The list is updated frequently so visit often. Picture Name Highlight Price Greenway Vienna Prague
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    The most popular long distance bicycle trail, passing the charming valley of the Podyj National Park, the forgotten landscape of Czech Canada and finishes in picturesque Poszav. EUR 970 - 1370 Per person The Best of Eastern Europe
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    The timeless countries of Eastern Europe offer an enchanting overland journey through centuries of rich history. USD 1395 Per person Prague Discovery
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    USD 845 Per person Prague - Vienna, Greenways Trail 10% off.
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    8-day tour, including moderate six day ride with a balance of cycling and sightseeing from Prague to Vienna the most beautiful capitals of central Europe. EUR 720 - 850 Per person Czech Republic: Vienna to Prague
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    Contact Supplier CAD 2395 - 2995 Per person View Details Contact Supplier A Viennese walse, Prague and Cesky-Krumlov, the lively squares of Cracow, Wawel Royal Castle, Gothic churches, delectable cuisine, the Danube, serene river villages and the magic of Budapest.

    16. Czech Republic Culture
    Czechs love their country. You can see why with this overview of Czech Republic culture. It highlights the basic elements that make Czechs tick.
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    Czech Republic Culture
    Czech Republic culture has held true through centuries of change. Whether it be government changes, war or protest, the hearts of Czechs have held fast to their values traditions and interests This page outlines a few descriptions of what makes Czechs tick - so you have a better background when you visit Prague. This is Czech culture from an everyman point of view - it's not an encyclopedia version of culture - that's too boring
    Family
    Family is a key element of Czech Republic culture and is generally placed ahead of work. Traditional families are quite the norm with mothers cooking and raising the children while fathers work. It's common to see fathers pushing strollers on the weekend giving mom a break.
    Extended Czech families are fascinating. They have an incredible range of experiences. For example, many grandparents have stories of war and very hard times while their children grew up solely behind the Iron Curtain. Meanwhile, younger generations have experienced only capitalism and free speech.
    Family in Czech Republic - a few notes: Families take regular holidays together - especially in August. They like to visit Mediterranean beaches and Czech National Parks.

    17. Czech Republic: History, Geography, Government, And Culture — FactMonster.com
    Information on Czech Republic — geography, history, politics, government, economy, population statistics, culture, religion, languages, largest cities, as well as a map and the
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    18. MapZones.com : Czech Republic Culture
    Information of Czech Republic culture, tradition, social life, group, newspaper, musium, books, novels
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    The Czechoslovak socialist republic of the 1980s provided any number of contrasts with the Czechoslovak Republic, the multinational Central European state formed in 1918 from the dismantled Austro-Hungarian Empire. Large communities of ethnic minorities, some with strong irredentist leanings, were a major force in the First Republic's social and political life. As a result of the expulsion of most of the Germans after World War II and the ceding of Carpatho-Ukraine to the Soviet Union, Czechoslovakia had become predominantly a nation of Czechs and Slovaks, with small minorities of Germans, Hungarians, Poles, and Ukrainians. Even though Czechoslovakia's ethnic makeup was simplified, the division between Czechs and Slovaks remained a potent social and political force. During the 1950s and 1960s, planners had put intensive efforts into redressing the economic imbalance between the Czech lands and Slovakia. Interwar society in Czechoslovakia was a complex amalgam of large landholders, farmers, tenants, landless laborers, and specialists in the nationside and of many major entrepreneurs, a large industrial proletariat, hundreds of thousands of small-scale manufacturers, a various intelligentsia, shopkeepers, tradesmen, and craftsmen in the city. Nevertheless, extremes of wealth and poverty then typical in so much of Eastern Europe were largely absent. Czech Republic
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    19. Czech Republic: Encyclopedia - Czech Republic
    Czech Republic Culture; Czech Republic - International rankings; Czech Republic - Miscellaneous topics; Czech Republic - Reference; Czech Republic, Czech Republic - Culture, Czech
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    Techmania Science Center: an unordinary place full of new discoveries
    Do you think that physics, mathematics and technology are boring sciences? Alternatively, do you consider their mysteries truly fascinating?...
    Secondary Education Part 3 – Vocational Schools
    We can divide vocational schools in this country according to whether they are completed with a vocational certificate or school leaving...
    Secondary education part 2 – Lyceums
    At the beginning of every calendar year Czech newspapers are published with very thick supplements. Major dailies issue lists of secondary...
    Young wine – St Martin’s wine
    Every year, on St. Martin’s Day i.e. on 11th November, at 11 a.m. sharp, perhaps every winery and restaurant across the Czech Republic...
    Theatre for children
    The stage is a magical world, and it is attractive for adults and for children, too. Experiences from a theatre performance full of...
    Winter Resorts in the Czech Republic, Part 1 - Introduction
    The location of the Czech Republic is the reason why lovers of winter sports will definitely have a wonderful time here. It is surrounded...
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