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Geography Of Czech Republic

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Czech Republic is a country nestled in Central Europe with the total area of 30,450 sq meters. The destination shares borders with Germany in the west, Poland in the north, Slovak Republic in the east, and Austria in the South. The western side of the country is known as Bohemia, and other half in the east is known as Moravia. Czech Republic’s longest river, the Labe comes from Krkonose Mountains in the northeast. Mountain likes these are home to the country’s highest summit Snezka which is 1,602 meters high. 

Prague the capital of Czech Republic sits almost in the middle of Bohemia on the River Vltava, flowing into the Labe rising from the forested Sumava hills which runs along the country’s southern border with Austria. The eastern third, Moravia is based on a river Basin which rises in northern hills near Polland’s border and flows south to Danube in Bratislava. Bruno the main city of Moravia is the second largest city in the Czech Republic. 


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