The Czech Republic is a beautiful country that is landlocked between Germany, Poland, Slovakia, and Austria. The climate and weather of the Czech republic is temperate. The Czech Republic used to be called Czechoslovakia. What makes the Czech Republic even more interesting is that it holds historical regions such as Bohemia, Moravia, and some parts of Silesia.
Czech is a very diverse country facing hardships of once being a communist country; Czech has a lot to offer. The largest city and capital is Prague (Praha), which is additionally one of the Czech Republic’s biggest touring cities. The Czech Republic celebrates the arts, music, theater, and literature in the Czech language. Many people who live in the Czech Republic are atheists; the Czech Republic has one of the largest populations of non-theistic people.
The history of the Czech Republic during and after WWII is very interesting. During WWII the Czech Republic was apart of Czechoslovakia. Czechoslovakia was a very diverse country with many different ethnic groups. The ethnic groups such as the Jews that resided in Czechoslovakia were punished for their beliefs in WWII.
Czechoslovakia was an axis ally and aided the axis powers during WWII. After WWII Czechoslovakia was still one country and was taken under control by the Soviet Union. For Four decades Czechoslovakia stayed under communist rule. In 1989 the Soviet Union left Czechoslovakia. Four years after that in 1993 the country split into two separate countries (the Czech Republic and the Republic of Slovakia).
Now the Czech republic is successful in world and economic affairs.