Wenceslas IV was the son of the Holy Roman emperor Charles IV, who is one of the most famous personalities of the Czech Republic. Although Wencelas IV had Charles IV’s genes, he was as incompetent a ruler as his father was successful.
Posted on: 05.02.2016
The Czech resistance attempted to free Prague of German occupation during the Second World War, which is what was termed as the Prague uprising. The uprising began on the 5th of May, 1945, and it occurred until the 8th of May with the Czech resistance sur
Posted on: 30.10.2015
The Habsburgs, which were also called the Danubian Monarchy and the Austrian Monarchy, is the unofficial term used by the historians to describe the provinces and the countries that were, until 1780, under the House of Habsburg’s rule of the Austrian br
Posted on: 25.10.2015
Also known as the Bohemian Crown Jewels, the Czech Crown Jewels are a part of the Czech history that will remain forever fascinating.
Posted on: 11.07.2015
A clear and rich part of the Czech history, the Czech language is considered to be authentic and refreshing by the locals. And we agree with them, as the language is one of the most interesting things about the Czech Republic.
Posted on: 02.05.2015