The city lights are not only the magnificent highlights of the country’s alluring wonders. Located at the center portion of the European continent, this developing country has influenced the growth and unity of a country that had once been split from another one. Poland is located at the North East of Czech Republic; Germany at the west and northwest; Slovakia to the east; and Austria to the South. The capital of the country is Prague, the largest city in the country, wherein most of the economic endeavours of the country are manifested. Historic regions of the country include Bohemia, Moravia, and Silesia. The Czech Republic is a member of the NATO and the European Union (EU).
The collapsed Austro-Hungarian Empire after the World War I paved way to form the Czechoslovakia independent republic in 1918. Moreover, a coup d’etat in 1948 made Czechoslovakia a communist-ruled state. People were not satisfied of the communist regime, resulting to reforms, such as the Velvet Revolution in 1989. The country had been peacefully dissolved into two nations, Czech Republic and Slovakia on January 1, 1993.
The country’s government is Parliamentary Republic ruled by the Prime Minister and the President and the judicial sector, by the Supreme Court. The Parliament of the country has two chambers namely: The Chamber of Deputies and the Senate.
The country is gifted with marvellous castles and sceneries that give a royal-feel to the tourists. Prague, the capital of the country, is imbued with different spots for art galleries, music places, and theatre. The country has profoundly preserved its heritage through its unwavering people, uniting the country and to the Europe itself.