Our flag has got three colours: White, red and blue. It is called a tricolour. Our flag has got three colours: White, red and blue. It is called a tricolour


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Our flag has got three colours: White, red and blue. It is called a tricolour.

  • Our flag has got three colours: White, red and blue. It is called a tricolour.

  • White colour symbolizes cleanness.

  • Red colour symbolizes blood.

  • Blue colour symbolizes a cloudless sky.



The Symbol of the Country

  • The Coat of Arms of the Czech Republic (In Czech: Státní znak České republiky) displays the three historical regions which make up the nation.

  • The symbols are:

  • * Lion for Bohemia

  • * Black eagle for Silesia

  • * White and red eagle for

  • Moravia



The Geographical Position





Here we are again…



The Regions of the Czech Republic



The Capital city of the Czech Republic is Prague. There are a lot of historical buildings. For example: Charles Bridge, Charles University, Prague Castle, etc.

  • The Capital city of the Czech Republic is Prague. There are a lot of historical buildings. For example: Charles Bridge, Charles University, Prague Castle, etc.

  • The Population of Prague:

  • There are about 1 233 211 inhabitants.



Prague (Praha)

    • The capital city is Prague (Praha).
    • The population of the Czech Republic is 10 467 542 people


Good morning = Dobré ráno

  • Good morning = Dobré ráno

  • Good afternoon = Dobré odpoledne

  • Good night = Dobrou noc

  • How are you? = Jak se máš / máte?



Four seasons change in our country :

  • Four seasons change in our country :

  • -Spring

  • -Summer

  • -Autumn

  • -Winter



The Climate

  • The Czech Republic has a temperate continental climate, with relatively hot summers and cold, cloudy and snowy winters. Most rain falls during the summer. The temperature difference between summer and winter is relatively high, due to the landlocked geographical position.

  • Within the Czech Republic, temperatures vary greatly, depending on the elevation. In general, at higher altitudes, the temperatures decrease and precipitation increases. Another important factor is the distribution of the mountains; therefore, the climate is quite varied.



How’s the climate?

  • This is spring – we call it „jaro“

  • Average temperatures are about 15°C



How’s the climate?

  • This is summer – we call it „léto“

  • Average temperatures are about 20°C



How’s the climate?

  • This is winter – we call it „zima“

  • Average temperatures are about -2°C



How’s the climate?

  • This is autumn – we call it “podzim”

  • Average temperatures are about 15 °C





The beloved landscape

  • This is „Petrov“ (St. Peter and Paul’s Cathedral) (in Czech Katedrála sv. Petra a Pavla).You can find it in Brno.



A landscape that you love



  • Ingredients: 200 g butter

  • 600 g plain flour

  • 3 eggs

  • 1 baking powder

  • 1 pinch of salt

  • 1 teaspoon of vinegar three cups of lukewarm water Filling: apples, cinnamon, sugar

  • Process: Melt the butter and mix all ingredients together and work dough.

  • Divide the dough into three pieces.

  • Take one piece of dough and mould it flat

  • Then spread the shredded apples on the flat dough.

  • Sprinkle it whole by cinnamon and sugar

  • Roll it up and put it to the oven



The Czech recipe 2 Bohemian Potatoes Dumplings

  • Ingredients (approximately):

  • 2 cups Potatoes

  • 2 med Eggs

  • 1 tsp Salt

  • 1 cup All-Purpose Flour

  • Butter, Bread Crumbs

  • Advance:

  • Cook the potatoes and let them to get cool. Mash them properly.

  • Mix potatoes, eggs, and salt in a bowl; whip the mixture with a wooden spoon to make smooth batter.

  • Add enough flour to make stiff dough and work it properly.

  • Cover your hands by flour to shape the dough into balls of about 1 1/2 inches in diameter.

  • Put these dumplings into a large pot of boiling water and bring the water to a moderate boil again.

  • Cook them for about 12 minutes or until the dumplings rise to the top. You can test if the dumplings are ready by tearing one dumpling apart with 2 forks.

  • Take boiled dumplings out with a slotted spoon and drain them.

  • Serve them with a topping made of melted butter and sprinkle made of fried bread crumbs with sugar.



The Czech Recipe 3



The best product of our country is BEER.

  • The best product of our country is BEER.



A product of our country



Popular Czech products



A favorite poem of yours

  • Karel Hynek Mácha – Máj

  • Byl pozdní večer – první máj –

  • večerní máj – byl lásky čas.

  • Hrdliččin zval ku lásce hlas,

  • kde borový zaváněl háj.

  • O lásce šeptal tichý mech;

  • květoucí strom lhal lásky žel,

  • svou lásku slavík růži pěl,

  • růžinu jevil vonný vzdech.

  • Jezero hladké v křovích stinných

  • zvučelo temně tajný bol,

  • břeh je objímal kol a kol;

  • a slunce jasná světů jiných

  • bloudila blankytnými pásky,

  • planoucí tam co slzy lásky.



Traditional Proverbs that we like

  • "Bez práce nejsou koláče."

  • Translation: There are no cakes without work.

  • "Boží mlýny melou pomalu, ale jistě.„ Translation: God's mills mill slowly, but surely.

  • "Důvěřuj, ale prověřuj."

  • Translation: Trust, but verify

  • "Dvakrát měř, jednou řež."

  • Translation: Measure twice, cut once.

  • "Darovanému koni na zuby nekoukej"

  • Translation: Don't look at a gifted horse's teeth.



Co můžeš udělat dnes, odlož na pozítří, získáš tím dva volné dny.

  • Co můžeš udělat dnes, odlož na pozítří, získáš tím dva volné dny.

  • Put off everything what you can do today to the day after tomorrow and you will gain two free days



Our favorite poem is „Polednice’’ by Karel Jaromír Erben. There it is:

  • Our favorite poem is „Polednice’’ by Karel Jaromír Erben. There it is:

  • U lavice dítě stálo,

  • z plna hrdla křičelo.

  • „Bodejž jsi jen trochu málo,

  • ty cikáně, mlčelo.

  • Poledne v tom okamžení,

  • táta přijde z roboty:

  • a mně hasne u vaření

  • pro tebe, ty zlobo, ty!

  • Mlč, hle husar a kočárek —

  • hrej si — tu máš kohouta!“ —

  • Než kohout, vůz i husárek

  • bouch, bác! letí do kouta.

  • A zas do hrozného křiku —

  • „I bodejž tě sršeň sám — !

  • Že na tebe, nezvedníku,

  • polednici zavolám!

  • Pojď si proň, ty polednice,

  • pojď, vem si ho, zlostníka!“

  • A hle, tu kdos u světnice

  • dvéře zlehka odmyká.

  • Malá, hnědá, tváři divé

  • pod plachetkou osoba;

  • o berličce, hnáty křivé,

  • hlas — vichřice podoba!



Our Favourite Poem



Roman ŠEBRLE A Famous Person

  • An excellent athlete.

  • He has won several decathlon competitions and he used to be called „the World's Greatest Athlete"

  • In 2001 he became the first decathlete ever who had achieved more than 9,000 points.



Petr Čech

  • Petr Čech

  • Petr Čech is the most famous football player who comes from the Czech Republic. He was born on 20th May 1982 in Pilsen (Plzeň). He started playing football when he was 7 years old. When he was 21 he used to play in a football team representing the Czech Republic abroad.



Other famous people




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