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A short presentation about Czech Republic and Prague. It covers basic information, some pictures and reasons why to go there.

A short presentation about Czech Republic and Prague. It covers basic information, some pictures and reasons why to go there.

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    • About Czech Republic
      • Area: 79 000 km 2
      • Population: 10,4 mil. inh.
      • Capital city: Prague
      • Head of the state: President
      • Language: Czec h
      • Currency: Czech crown
    • About Czech Republic
      • Formation:
        • 890 – Principality of Bohemia
        • 28. 10. 1918 – Czechoslovakia
        • 1. 1. 1993 – Czech Republic
      • M ember of EU (since 2004)
      • M ember of NATO (since 1999)
    • About Prague
      • The capital of the CR
      • Founded: 8 th century
      • Population: 1,2 mil. inh.
      • The political , cultural and economical centre of Czech Republic.
      • The historic centre of Prague is included in the UNESCO list .
      • 4,1 mil. international visitors per year.
      Prague
    • Prague in pictures
    • Prague in pictures
    • Prague in pictures
    • Political System
      • The President is a formal head of state  (with limited specific powers).
      • He i s elected by a joint session of the parliament for a five-year term, with no more than two consecutive terms .
      • Václav Klaus is the current president of Czech Republic
      Parliamentary republic
    • Political System
      • The  Prime Minister  is the head of government and has considerable powers .
        • The Prime Minister and ministers represent the executive power.
      • Parliament is bicameral:
        • Chamber of Deputies (200 members)
        • Senate (81 members)
        • Parliament represents the legislative power.
      • The Judicial power is, on behalf of the republic, executed by independent courts.  
    • Why to go there?
      • Prague
    • Why to go there?
      • Czech beer
    • Why to go there?
      • Czech girls
    • Why to go there?
      • Natural wealth
    • Why to go there?
      • The prices are mostly lower than in the Western Europe or the USA.
    • Thank you for you r attention ! Michal Pařízek , The University of Economics, Prague, 2009