Famous events from
history
Grandfather Čech
 Brothers Lech and Čech lived together near the river Visla, but their
people were not happy - Slaves ha...
Grandfather Čech
 They came to mountain Říp – Čech went up and said „This is promised
land full of birds, flowing with ho...
Krok and his daughters
 Forefather Čech was remplaced by duke Krok who settled on castle
Budeč
 Budeč – centre of wisdom...
Krok and his daughters
 Libuše – princess on Vyšehrad
 Sisters Kazi and Teta
 The noise on downstairs disturbed the
pri...
Přemysl and Libuše
 Libuše – mythical princess, like her father Krok, she judged argument
between people
 Once, she judg...
Libuše´s prophecy
 Once she predicted fame for a big city
 She described to them where and told them to build a castle t...
Beginnings of the Czech state
 There were many Slaves clans
 the most powerful were Přemyslovci
 the first Přemyslovec ...
St. Wenceslav and Boleslav
 When Wenceslas grew up, he got the power
 His brother Boleslav didn´t want to pay tribute to...
Oldřich and Božena
 Oldřich – Czech king, he liked riding on his horse and hunting animals,
he met a washer woman Božena ...
Lucemburgs dynasty
 Lucemburgs dynasty
 the last king of Přemysl dynasty – Václav III
 Jan Lucemburg married Eliška Pře...
Karel IV (1316-1378)
 Roman emperor, famous Czech king
 Golden age
 Prague became the capital of the Holy
Roman Empire
...
Charles Bridge
 Charles IV invited once Czech lords
 After dinner, they went out to the balcony and he sais „is there
an...
First defenestration of Prague
 The first defenestration on 30 July 1419
 It involved the killing of 7 members of city
c...
Golem - legend
Rabbi Low made a clay golem on the river bank. He put into his mouth
magic list and golem revived. When he ...
Golem - legend
Golem couldn´t stay without work for a long time and that every day
received commands from Rabbi. Once gole...
About Faust House
 At the beginning, a doctor who could do magic lived there. He decided
to want more property and made a...
National theatre
 Once the Czech were playing
only performances in German
 Idea to built the Czech theatre
 They collec...
National theatre
 Shortly after that, the theatre
burnt down
 Once again, they started
collectiong money from people
 T...
Thank you for your attention! 
 Posters and information
Teacher and coordinator Tomáš Stehno
and his class 7.B
Teacher Z...
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  1. 1. Famous events from history
  2. 2. Grandfather Čech  Brothers Lech and Čech lived together near the river Visla, but their people were not happy - Slaves had many ennemies and the brothers decided to find a new homeland  They all gathered with their belongings and cattels and went on journey
  3. 3. Grandfather Čech  They came to mountain Říp – Čech went up and said „This is promised land full of birds, flowing with honey“  The people settlet and and gave it the name by Čech  They lived happily and after, Lech and Čech said goodbay and went to the east
  4. 4. Krok and his daughters  Forefather Čech was remplaced by duke Krok who settled on castle Budeč  Budeč – centre of wisdom, divine and witcher  Krok had three daughters : Kazi, Teta and Libuše  Krok got a message that the castle would be threatened so he found a new place to seat
  5. 5. Krok and his daughters  Libuše – princess on Vyšehrad  Sisters Kazi and Teta  The noise on downstairs disturbed the princess Kazi – Bivoj had a dead boar on his back  Bivoj and Kazi got married
  6. 6. Přemysl and Libuše  Libuše – mythical princess, like her father Krok, she judged argument between people  Once, she judged two neighbours, the argument was about an older man taking a youger man´s field  The older man was very angry a wanted a man to judge them  Libuše agreed and asked where they could find her a husband
  7. 7. Libuše´s prophecy  Once she predicted fame for a big city  She described to them where and told them to build a castle there  They choosed to name the big city PRAGUE
  8. 8. Beginnings of the Czech state  There were many Slaves clans  the most powerful were Přemyslovci  the first Přemyslovec –Bořivoj  he had a wife Ludmila  they were grandparents of saint Wenceslas  Ludmila wanted young Wenceslas to be a christian, but Drahomíra (his mother) want him to be a paganist  Ludmila taught him how to read and write  Drahomíra was jelous so she hired assassins to kill Ludmila  she was killed on castle Tetín
  9. 9. St. Wenceslav and Boleslav  When Wenceslas grew up, he got the power  His brother Boleslav didn´t want to pay tribute to other countries  Boleslav invited Wenceslavs for dinner and killed him  After Wenceslav death he became saint
  10. 10. Oldřich and Božena  Oldřich – Czech king, he liked riding on his horse and hunting animals, he met a washer woman Božena and he liked her from the first look  All the time, on the way to his home, he was thinking about her  He created plans how to get her – he sent his people and horse to Božena with precious gift  There was a big wedding and nobody minded that Božena wasn´t of noble birth
  11. 11. Lucemburgs dynasty  Lucemburgs dynasty  the last king of Přemysl dynasty – Václav III  Jan Lucemburg married Eliška Přemyslovna  Jan Lucemburský  great warior of that time, worse king  he didn´t care of the Czech country, he used it just as a source of money  Václav IV  son of Karel IV  loved art, architecture, pictures
  12. 12. Karel IV (1316-1378)  Roman emperor, famous Czech king  Golden age  Prague became the capital of the Holy Roman Empire  Construction activities – very productive  New town of Prague  Charles university, Charles bridge  Saint Vít´s Cathedral
  13. 13. Charles Bridge  Charles IV invited once Czech lords  After dinner, they went out to the balcony and he sais „is there anywhere nicer town“?  Later the king commanded to build a solid bridge over the Vltava river – to be strong, the masons used the eggs  Many years passed, the storms and floots attacked, but Charles Bridge resisted
  14. 14. First defenestration of Prague  The first defenestration on 30 July 1419  It involved the killing of 7 members of city councils by a crowd of radical Czech Hussites  The town council had refused to exchange the Hussite prisoners  while the Hussites were marching, a stone was thrown at one person from the window of the town hall - this enraged the mob  they stormed the town hall  the Hussites threw the judges and some of 13 members of the town council out of the window and into the street, where they were killed
  15. 15. Golem - legend Rabbi Low made a clay golem on the river bank. He put into his mouth magic list and golem revived. When he brought him home, a woman sent the golem to bring water. When she went to the market and returned, she saw the golem as pouring a pail at a time until the street resembled like a river. In the second case, he sent him to buy apples and he brought the whole stand with a sales woman.
  16. 16. Golem - legend Golem couldn´t stay without work for a long time and that every day received commands from Rabbi. Once golem forgot and he hit the stress. He was destroying stuff, demolishing houses, pulling trees and changed the Jewish Quarter in the desert. Rabbi knew that Golem could be dangerous and he decided get turn of Golem.
  17. 17. About Faust House  At the beginning, a doctor who could do magic lived there. He decided to want more property and made a contract with the devil. When the time run out devil came to house and carried throuth the roof.  One day, a man slept in the house and in the morning, he found a gold coin on the table. It happened every day. After some day, the boy wanted more money. One day, the boy was never seen again.
  18. 18. National theatre  Once the Czech were playing only performances in German  Idea to built the Czech theatre  They collected money from people and after many years, they finally laid the headstone,  The theatre was very expesive  Even thought counstruction was not completed, they started to play in it
  19. 19. National theatre  Shortly after that, the theatre burnt down  Once again, they started collectiong money from people  The theatre was re-opened on 18th November 1883  On the balcon, there are painting painted by Mikoláš Aleš and František Ženíšek
  20. 20. Thank you for your attention!   Posters and information Teacher and coordinator Tomáš Stehno and his class 7.B Teacher Zdeněk Lauerman and his class 7.A  Pictures Blanka Bouchnerová and classes, 7.A, 7.B, 9.A  Power point presentation Eliška Glatzová (Navrátilová)  Presentation Alexandr Dolejší Mojmír Mykiska Anna Nekrash Vendula Navrátilová

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