If you want to go you could know that the Czech Republic is located in Central Europe. Its capital city is Prague which is a wonderful place for having a pleasant experience(Czech_Republic 2010: 01).
First of all, I have chosen this country because there are a number of preserved historical structures. Some areas in this place offer peace and quiet to visitors, as well asrelaxation and summer and winter sports.
A curious fact is that the actual Czech Republic is formed of three historical lands which are Bohemia in the west, Moravia or Morava in the south-east andCzech Silesia which is the smallest. These three lands are located within modern Poland and these “Czech lands” speak the Czech language.
More specifically, Bohemia consists of a basin drained by theElbe and Vltava rivers surrounded by low mountains such as the Krkonose range of the Sudetes and Snezka, which is the highest point in the country, is located there. Like Bohemia, Moravia is alsoquite hilly and drained by the Morava River but it also contains the source of the Oder River (Czech_Republic 2010:29).
In this beautiful place there are four national parks. The oldest park is Krkonosewhich is a biosphere reserve; the others are Sumava National Park, National Park Podyji and Ceske Svycarsko National Park which protect rare plant and animal species. This beautiful place offer manyopportunities for hiking and fishing (Czech.cz 2009: 03).
On the other hand, the Czech Republic has a temperate continental climate, with relatively hot summers and cold, cloudy and snowy winters.Most rain falls during the summer. The temperature difference between summer and winter is relatively high. You could see that each month has its specific weather. The coldest month is usually January,followed by February and December. During these months, there is usually snow on the mountains and sometimes in the major cities and valleys. During March, April and May, the temperature usually...
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