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According to shoppingpicks, July in Czech Republic marks the start of the hot and humid season. Temperatures range from an average high of 31 degrees Celsius (88 degrees Fahrenheit) to an average low of 23 degrees Celsius (73 degrees Fahrenheit). Rainfall increases significantly to an average of 50 mm (2 in) per month, and thunderstorms become more frequent. August continues to be hot and humid, with temperatures ranging between 29-25°C (84-77°F). Rainfall remains high at an average of 40 mm (1.6 in), while thunderstorms remain frequent. September is still hot and humid, with temperatures ranging from an average high of 27 degrees Celsius (81 degrees Fahrenheit) to an average low of 20 degrees Celsius (68 degrees Fahrenheit). Rainfall decreases slightly to an average of 30 mm (1.2 in), and thunderstorms are still common. The Czech Republic has a temperate continental climate. The temperate is mainly in the summers. They are warm, but not extreme. In the capital Prague, the average temperature in the middle of summer is 23°C. In winter it is cold. In January, the coldest month, the mercury rarely rises above zero. Because the ocean is fairly close, there is plenty of winter fun to be had in winter due to the moist, cold air. There are more than enough winter sports options in the Bohemian Forest and the Giant Mountains. Most precipitation falls in the months of May to August. September is the best travel month. Check a2zgov for Czech Republic government and politics.

Top Products Exported Czech Republic from to China

According to usprivateschoolsfinder.com, the Czech Republic’s exports to China encompass a diverse range of products, reflecting the strengths of its industries and the evolving dynamics of international trade. As both countries continue to strengthen economic ties and explore new areas of collaboration, the export landscape is likely to adapt to changing market demands and technological… Read More »

Czech Republic Geography and Population

Czech Republic – geography Czech Republic consists of the regions Čechy (see also Bohemia) and Morava (see also Moravia) and is surrounded by mountains. Population Almost 95% of the good 10.2 mill. residents are Czechs and mothers. At the 2001 census, 193,000 residents indicated Slovak, 52,000 Polish and 39,000 German nationality. There are also small… Read More »

Sights of Czech Republic

The Czech Republic is a country located in Central Europe. After several decades of communism, in which it formed the Republic of Czechoslovakia together with Slovakia, the country is developing rapidly. Towns and villages that fell into disrepair during the communist era have almost all been restored to their former glory. A fine example of… Read More »

Czech Republic Visa, Embassy, Holidays and Shopping

Embassy in Czech Republic Czech Republic, embassy in Moscow Julius Fuchik, 12/14, Mayakovskaya metro station. Telephone (495) 251-05-40, 251-05-41, 251-05-42, 251-05-43 – answering machine, (495) 251-05-44, 251-05-45 – operator Fax. (495) 253-92-82 Appointment for applying for a visa: Short-term visa – (495) 789-95-12 Long-term visa – (495) 974-99-32 Monday – Friday: 9.00 – 11.00 –… Read More »

Czech Republic History

According to localcollegeexplorer, the Czech Republic was born, at the same time as the Slovak Republic, on 1 January 1993, following the dissolution of Czechoslovakia, the final stage of the political and social crisis that had hit the country after the fall of the communist regime. In the context of this crisis, the traditional contrasts… Read More »

Sights of the Czech Republic

According to Indexdotcom, Prague is deservedly considered one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Today, there are more than 500 towers in the city, and this despite the fact that at the beginning of the 19th century there were only 103 of them, in honor of which the city received the name “City… Read More »

Czech Republic Politics and Economy

Government and politics Founding principles The Czech Republic is a parliamentary democracy, whose Constitution as well as the Charter of Fundamental Freedoms and Rights (an integral part of the Magna Carta of the Czech Republic) were ratified on December 16, 1992, and entered into force on January 1, 1993. Civil law is based on the Austro-Hungarian (former… Read More »

Czech Literature

Modern and avant-garde According to Globalsciencellc, the Czech literature of the 20th century followed the currents of Western European literature and achieved, v. a. after the establishment of the Czechoslovak state (1918), increasing international attention. In addition to the direction of »progress« around František Václav Krejčí (* 1867, † 1941) and the environmental description of… Read More »

Old Town of Prague (World Heritage)

The Czech capital has been one of the most important metropolises in Europe since the reign of Charles IV in the 14th century. In its urban area, buildings from different epochs combine to form a harmonious ensemble of European cultural history. Old town of Prague: facts Official title: Historic center of Prague Cultural monument: Old… Read More »

World Heritage Sites in Czech Republic

World Heritage Sites Historic Center of Prague (Praha) (1992) Historic Center of Český Krumlov (Český Krumlov) (1992) Historical center of Telč (Telč) (1992) St. John of Nepomuk pilgrimage church in Zelená Hora (Grüneberg) (1994) Historic center of Kutná Hora and St. Mary’s Church in Sedlec (1995) Lednice-Valtice Cultural Landscape (Eisgrub-Feldsberg) (1996) Historic village of Holašovice… Read More »

Czech Republic Wildlife and Economy

Animals and Plants What is growing in the Czech Republic? About a third of the Czech Republic is covered by forest. Above all beech, spruce, oak, pine and fir trees grow. However, the country’s national tree is the linden. Untouched forest still grows in the Peklo, a valley in northern Bohemia. In particular, you can… Read More »