Czech Republic - Location, size, and extent



The Czech Republic is a strategically located landlocked country in Eastern Europe. It sits astride some of the oldest and most significant land routes in Europe. Comparatively, the Czech Republic is slightly smaller than the state of South Carolina with a total area of 78,866 sq km (30,450 sq mi). It shares boundaries with Poland (on the NE ), Slovakia (on the SE ), Austria (on the S ), and Germany (on the W and NW ) and has a total boundary length of 1,881 km (1,169 mi). The capital city of the Czech Republic, Prague, is located in the northcentral part of the country.

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Joan
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Oct 2, 2010 @ 3:15 pm
The Czech Republic is also a very green country with many forests and green areas in the cities, just like its brother country, Slovakia. Brother cs6000i
Syd
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Feb 2, 2011 @ 4:16 pm
I would like to know what its other major cities are

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