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  • Ještěd Tower

    Ještěd Tower is a 94 metre-tall tower used to transmit television signal built on the top of Ještěd mountain near Liberec in the Czech Republic.

  • Holešovice

    Holešovice (Czech pronunciation: [ˈɦolɛʃovɪtsɛ]) is a suburb in the north of Prague situated on a meander of the river Vltava, which makes up the main part of the district Prague 7 (an insignificant part belongs to Prague 1).

  • Czechoslovakian Grand Prix

    The Czechoslovakian Grand Prix (Czech: Velká cena Československa; Slovak: Československá Grand Prix) was a Grand Prix motor racing event first held on September 28, 1930 at the Masaryk Circuit now referred to as the Brno Circuit.

  • Battle of Domažlice

    The Battle of Domažlice (Czech: Bitva u Domažlic) or Battle of Taus (German: Schlacht bei Taus) or Battle of Tausch was fought on August 14, 1431 as the part of the 5th crusade against Hussites.

  • Lucerna Music Bar

    Lucerna Music Bar is a concert club housed within the Lucerna Palace, located on a hallway or "passage" that connects Vodickova and Štepánská streets near historic Wenceslas Square, in the New Town (Nové mesto) area of Prague in the Czech Republic. …

  • Vítkovice (Ostrava)

    Vítkovice (German: Witkowitz, Polish: Witkowice) is an administrative district of the city of Ostrava, capital of the Moravian-Silesian Region in the Czech Republic.

  • Veveří Castle

    Veveří Castle (Czech: Hrad Veveří, German: Burg Eichhorn) is a castle located some 15 km northwest of Brno, Czech Republic, on the River Svratka.

  • New Jewish Cemetery, Prague

    The New Jewish Cemetery (Czech: Nový židovský hřbitov) in Žižkov, Prague, Czech Republic, was established in 1891 to relieve the space problem at the Old Jewish Cemetery, Prague. It is about 10 times bigger than the Old Jewish Cemetery and provides …

  • Na Stínadlech

    Na Stinadlech is a multi-purpose stadium in Teplice, Czech Republic. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of FK Teplice. The stadium holds 18,221 and was built in 1973. The Czech Republic national football team oft…

  • Moravian Gate

    The Moravian Gate (Czech: Moravská brána, Polish: Brama Morawska, German: Mährische Pforte, Slovak: Moravská brána) is a geomorphological feature in the Moravian region of the Czech Republic. It is formed by the depression between the Carpathian Mou…

  • Ďolíček

    Ďolíček Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Prague district Vršovice, Czech Republic. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of Bohemians 1905. The stadium was opened on 27 March 1932 for a match against SK Slavia …

  • Pernštejn Castle

    Pernštejn Castle (Czech: hrad Pernštejn) is a castle located on a rock above the village of Nedvědice and the rivers Svratka and Nedvědička, some 40 km northwest of Brno, in the South Moravian Region, Czech Republic.

  • Orlová

    Orlová (Czech pronunciation: [ˈorlovaː]; Polish: Orłowa ; German: Orlau) is a town in the Karviná District, Moravian-Silesian Region, Czech Republic.

  • National Technical Museum (Prague)

    The National Technical Museum in Prague is the largest institution dedicated to preserving information and artifacts related to the history of technology in the Czech Republic. The museum was founded in 1908 and has been in its current location (adj…

  • Museum Kampa

    Museum Kampa is a modern art gallery in Prague, Czech Republic, showing Central European, and in particular Czech work. The pieces are from the private collection of Meda Mládek, wife of Jan V. Mládek.

  • Hrubý Jeseník

    Hrubý Jeseník (German: Altvatergebirge/Hohes Gesenke, Polish: Jesionik Wysoki, English: High Ash Mountains) is a mountain range of Eastern Sudetes in northern Moravia and Czech Silesia.

  • Holašovice

    Holašovice (Holaschowitz) is a small historic village located in the south of the Czech Republic, 15 kilometres west of České Budějovice. Village belongs to the municipality Jankov. To the south lies the protected landscape area of Blanský Forest. T…

  • Dejvice

    Dejvice is a historical community, a municipal quarter of the Prague 6 district of Prague, Czech Republic. Its history can be traced back to the late Roman era. Dejvice is known for its appeal to the upper middle class, and as a university district.

  • Bouzov Castle

    Bouzov Castle (Czech: Hrad Bouzov) is an early 14th-century fortress first mentioned in 1317. It was built on a hill between the village of Hvozdek and the town of Bouzov, 21 km west of Litovel and 28 km northwest of Olomouc, in Moravia, Czech Repub…

  • Bohemian-Moravian Highlands

    The Bohemian-Moravian Highlands (Czech: Českomoravská vrchovina or Vysočina; German: Böhmisch-Mährische Höhe) is an extensive range of hills and low mountains over 150 kilometres (93 mi) long, which runs in a northeasterly direction across the Czech…

  • Bazaly

    The Bazaly stadium is a football stadium in Ostrava, Czech Republic. It lies in Slezská Ostrava, the Silesian part of the city, next to the Ostravice River. It is the home stadium of FC Baník Ostrava.

  • Battle of Sudoměř

    The Battle of Sudomĕř was fought on 25 March, 1420, between Catholic and Hussite forces. The Hussites were led by Břeněk of Švihov - who was killed in battle - and Jan Žižka, whose forces proved victorious.

  • Anglo-American University

    Anglo-American University (AAU) is the oldest private higher education institution in the Czech Republic. Founded in 1990, the non-profit university offers an array of unique and distinguished undergraduate and graduate programs.

  • Zbraslav

    Zbraslav (Czech pronunciation: [ˈzbraslaf]; German: Königsaal; Latin Aula Regia) is a municipal district and cadastral area of Prague.

  • Vršovice

    Vršovice is a district of Prague. All of Vršovice lies within the Prague 10 administrative district. Vršovice is located south-east of the city centre. It borders Vinohrady to the north, Nusle to the south-west, Michle to the south and Strašnice to …