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About Czech Republic


The Czech Republic is a landlocked country located on the Central Europe, bordered by Germany to the west, Poland to the north, Slovakia to the east and Austria to the south. The name of the Czech Republic derives from the Slavic tribe of Czechs, Because the name of the country has evolved significantly over time both in Czech and other languages, it remains a source of debate and contention. The Czech Republic is fortunate to be located very close to the Europe's industrial backbone. This area is considered the best choice for investments in transport and logistics because of its perfect location with regard to consumption and production zones. In general, the Czech Republic is one of the most successful states in the European Union in terms of attracting foreign investors, mainly because of the perfect blending of abundant natural resources and an efficient infrastructure.


The Czech Republic has one of the most developed and industrialized economies in Central and Eastern Europe. Czech Republic economy is based primarily on the industries sector such as machine-building, metallurgy, machinery and equipment, motor vehicles, iron and steel production, metalworking, chemicals, electronics, transportation equipment, textiles, glass, brewing, china, ceramics, armaments and pharmaceuticals. The main agricultural products are wheat, sugar beets, hops, fruit, pigs, poultry, fodder roots, potatoes and wheat. The Czech Republic has a well-educated population and a well-developed infrastructure. As a small, open economy in the heart of Europe, economic growth is strongly influenced by demand for Czech exports and flows of foreign direct investment.

Gross domestic product of Czech Republic: $215.22 Billion 2011

Major Cities & Towns of Czech Republic: Prague, Brno, Ostrava, Plzen, Olomouc, Liberec, Ceske Budejovice, Hradec Kralove, Usti, Pardubice, Havirov, Zlin, Kladno, Most, Karvina, Ústí nad Labem, Pardubice, Frýdek-Místek, Opava, Karlovy Vary, Teplice, Děčín, Jihlava, Chomutov, Přerov, Mladá Boleslav.

Czech Republic Code:
Czech Republic Country Code: 420
Telephone Country Code: 420
ISO Country Code, 2 Digit: CZ
ISO Country Code, 3 Digit: CZE

Tourist Attractions in Czech Republic:
Museums: Charles Bridge Museum, Czech Museum of Music, Jewish Museum, Mucha Museum, Museum of Communism, Prague City Museum Beaches & Lakes: Lake Lipno, Chabařovice Lake, Odlezly Lake, Laka Lake Monuments: Jan Hus Memorial, Kobylisy Shooting Range, Stalin Monument (Prague), Cernin Palace, Bezdez Castle, New Town Hall Famous Places: Charles Bridge, Church of Our Lady before Tyn, Dancing House, Estates Theatre, Jindrisska Tower, Klementinum, National Theatre.

Useful Resources Of Czech Republic

Czech Republic Directory

Official Web Sites of Czech Republic

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Czech Republic Newspapers

Emergency Numbers in Czech Republic