Czech Republic: Informative Web Sites
Prague: Courtyard of Prague Castle
- Czech Happenings: Czech Happenings is the on-line magazine of the Czech News Agency, providing daily news from the Czech Republic. The information offered includes daily summaries of Czech news, newsletters, and extensive links to other sites. The magazine is available in English and Czech.
- Czech Republic: Sponsored by the
Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic, this site is the official site for the Czech Republic.
- Czech Republic FAQ: Created and maintained by Ivan Sever, this Web site provides general information about the Czech Republic, as well as information for tourists.
- Destination Czech Republic: Maintained by Lonely Planet, a publisher of travel guides, this Web page presents a wide range of information for the traveler who is going to the Czech Republic, including information on the Czech Republic's history and culture; suggested attractions and activities; travelers' reports on the Czech Republic; and, recommended reading.
- Czech Republic History: Presented by CountryReports.org, this Web site provides facts about the land, people, history, government, political conditions, economy, foreign relations of the Czech Republic.
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- Czech Republic: This extensive overview of the Czech Republic is from the free on-line encyclopedia, Wikipedia. It covers history, politics, regions, geography, economy, demographics, culture, international rankings, and includes links to other sites.
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- Prague Daily Monitor: The Prague Daily Monitor is "the Czech Republic's English-language electronic newspaper."
- Prague -- Official Web Site: Available in Czech and English, the official Web site of the city of Prague includes a constantly updated webcam image, as well as information about important city documents, the mayor, the city council and city assembly, press service, foreign activities, important city organizations, the municipal webcam system, the history of Prague, business, health and the environment, housing, education, culture, tourism, a virtual city tour, and more.
- Prague: This overview of Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic, is from the free on-line encyclopedia, Wikipedia. It includes a wide range of information, photographs, a map, and links to external sites.
- Jewish Life in Prague: Written by Rebecca Weiner for the Jewish Virtual Library, this Web page covers the Jewish history of Prague and Jewish community in Prague today.
- Altneu (Old-New) Synagogue of Prague: This Web page describes the history of the Altneu Synagogue, the world's oldest functioning synagogue, built around 1270 and situated in the center of the Old Jewish Town of Prague (Josefov).
- Terezín (Theresienstadt): The directory by the Jewish Virtual Library provides information and images of the Theresienstadt concentration camp in Terezín, about 60 kilometers from Prague.
- Terezín: This overview of the former military fortress and garrison town in the Ustí nad Labem region of the Czech Republic is from the free on-line encyclopedia, Wikipedia. It includes a section on the Theresienstadt concentration camp.
Theresienstadt Concentration Camp Gate
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