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In view of its area and number of communities, the Central Bohemia Region is the largest in the country, lying in the central part of the Czech basin.
The Central Bohemia Region is a fully developed industrial territory with a great tradition enjoyed by the automobile plant in Mladá Boleslav, the breweries in Velké Popovice and Krušovice and the glassworks in Poděbrady and Sázava.
The chief aim is to ensure the balanced growth of the entire region based on principles of integration and continually tenable development, for which the prosperity of the infrastructure is an essential prerequisite.
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Bohemia, the chief tributaries of the Elbe are the Iser and the Eger.
Bohemia was the starting point of the Thirty Years' War which brought such terrible disasters upon the whole of Germany.
Bohemia is divided ecclesiastically as follows: The Archdiocese of Prague includes the northwestern and central parts of the country, the Diocese of Leitmeritz embraces the northern part, the Diocese of Königgrätz takes in the eastern part, and the Diocese of Budweis the southern part of the country.
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  Bohemia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bohemia (Czech: Čechy; German: Böhmen) is a historical region in central Europe, occupying the western and middle thirds of the Czech Republic.
With Bohemia's conversion to Christianity in the 9th century, close relations were forged with the East Frankish kingdom, then part of the so-called Carolingian empire, later the nucleus of the Holy Roman Empire of which Bohemia was an autonomous part from the 10th century.
During the ecunemical Council of Constance in summer of 1415, the rector of the University of Prague and prominent reformer and religious thinker Jan Hus was sentenced to be burnt at the stake as a heretic.
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 BOHEMIA - LoveToKnow Article on BOHEMIA   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The mountain-ranges of the interior of Bohemia are the Brdywald (2798 ft.) in the middle; the Tepler Gebirge (2657 ft.), the Karsbader Gebirge (3057 ft.) and the Kaiserwald (3238 ft.), in the north-west part; while the northern corner is occupied by the Mittelgebirge (2739 ft.), a volcanic massif, stretching on both sides of the Elbe.
Bohemia belongs to the watershed of the Elbe, which rises within the territory and receives on the right the Iser and the Polzen, and on the left the Adler; the Eger with its affluent the Tepl; the Biela and the Moldau.
Bohemia sends 130 deputies to the Reichsrat at Vienna; the local diet, to which belong cx officio the archbishop, the three bishops, and the two rectors of the universities, consists of 242 members.
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 Bohemia. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
Bohemia is bounded by Austria in the southeast, by Germany in the west and northwest, by Poland in the north and northeast, and by Moravia in the east.
With Moravia and Czech Silesia, Bohemia constitutes the traditional Czech Lands, although historically there was a sizable German minority, and in its broader meaning Bohemia is often understood to include this entire area, which until 1918 was a Hapsburg crown land.
The conquests and acquisitions of Ottocar II (1253–78) brought Bohemia to the height of its power and its greatest extent (from the Oder to the Adriatic), but his defeat by Rudolf I of Hapsburg cost Bohemia all his conquests.
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 Bohemia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Bohemia (Čechy in Czech Böhmen in German) is an historical region in central Europe occupying the western and middle thirds the Czech Republic.
Bohemia's borders are with mountain ranges such as the Bohemian the Ore Mountains or Krkonoše as part of the Sudeten mountains.
With Bohemia's conversion to Christianity in 9th century close relations were forged with East Frankish kingdom then part of the so-called Carolingian empire later the nucleus of the Holy Roman Empire of which Bohemia was an autonomous from the 10th century.
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 Bohemia Info - Encyclopedia WikiWhat.com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
and 6.25 million of the country's 10.3 million inabitants, Bohemia is bounded by Germany to the west, Poland to the north-east, the Czech province of Moravia to the east and Austria to the south.
Bohemia's borders are marked with mountain ranges such as the Bohemian Forest, the Ore Mountains or Krkonoše as part of the Sudeten mountains.
Bohemia was an independent kingdom until 1627, when it became a part of the Austrian Habsburg empire, and German became the official language.
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Bohemia was to play a pivotal role in the outbreak of the Thirty Years War.
Bohemia was one of the more important economic regions of the empire and it was a melting pot of all religions whose people brought their respective expertise to the area.
Rudolf could not concentrate on Bohemia as he felt threatened by his brother Matthias and he needed the support of the Bohemian Estates if he was to maintain his strength within the empire.
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 Bohemia Bar and Restaurant | Jersey Channel Islands
Bohemia has been awarded a Michelin Star in 2005, 2006 and 2007
Bohemia was awarded 4 Rosettes by the AA in 2006/7
Bohemia has been named one of the top 25 UK restaurants by Egon Ronay
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 Mount Bohemia - Extreme Skiing - Michigan's Upper Peninsula
Mount Bohemia - Extreme Skiing - Michigan's Upper Peninsula
Check out what the NY TIMES said about Mount Bohemia
Mount Bohemia is unlike any other ski area in the Midwest.
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 Bohemia News - Topix
Local news for Bohemia, NY continually updated from thousands of sources on the web.
Two teenagers accused of plotting to attack their school also considered throwing bombs in the McDonald's where they worked and threw eggs at the restaurant as a rehearsal, according to a police report.
I edit the Bohemia News pages on Topix when no humans are available to help.
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Institute of Physical Biology, University of South Bohemia in Nové Hrady (IPB-USB) is part of the Academic and University Center in Nové Hrady, the smallest university town in the Czech Republic.
The systematic efforts to expand monasteries in the region in the early Gothic period resulted for example in the construction of the chapel of "Guardian Angels" in Zlatá Koruna, and the sacristy of the convent church "Assumption of the Virgin" (Nanebevzetí P. Marie) in Vyšší Brod.
The Institute of History of the University of South Bohemia is a scientific-pedagogical workplace which was established as a result of an inner transformation of the then Department of History of the Faculty of Pedagogy of the University of South Bohemia.
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 Bohemia on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
BOHEMIA [Bohemia] Czech Čechy, historic region (20,368 sq mi/52,753 sq km) and former kingdom, in W and central Czech Republic.
The conquests and acquisitions of Ottocar II (1253-78) brought Bohemia to the height of its power and its greatest extent (from the Oder to the Adriatic), but his defeat by Rudolf I of Hapsburg cost Bohemia all his conquests.
The reign of his son, Charles IV (1346-78), who was crowned Holy Roman Emperor in 1355, was the golden age of Bohemia, and Prague became the seat of the empire.
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 Bohemia --  Encyclopædia Britannica
Bohemia was bounded on the south by Austria, on the west by Bavaria, on the north by Saxony and Lusatia, on the northeast by Silesia, and on the east by Moravia.
The chief city of Bohemia is Prague, the capital and by far the largest metropolis of the Czech Republic (see Prague).
It is situated at the confluence of the Vltava (Moldau) and Malše rivers, approximately 80 miles (130 kilometers) south of Prague.
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Following the Munich Agreement in 1938, the border regions of Bohemia inhabited predominantly by ethnic Germans, were annexed to Germany - it was the first and only time in the whole history of Bohemia that it was divided.
Bohemia, his first album for Horizon Records, is a tantalizing combo plate of R&B soul, blues and country which shows off Tommy's deft touch with a lyric.
In his concluding chapter Ransome himself prepares to bid an inevitable farewell to his hand-to-mouth existence: "Bohemia is only a stage in a man's life, except in the case of fools and a very few others." "...the door into the registrar's office is the door out of Bohemia," he writes wistfully.
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 Elizabeth of Bohemia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Elisabeth, Electress Palatine and (briefly) queen of Bohemia (August 19, 1596 – February 13, 1662), born Lady Elizabeth Stuart, was born as the eldest daughter to King James VI of Scotland and his Queen consort Anne of Denmark.
In 1613, she married Frederick V, then Elector of the Palatinate, and took up her place in the court at Heidelberg.
In 1619, Frederick was offered and accepted the crown of Bohemia, but his rule was brief, and Elizabeth became known as the "Winter Queen".
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 Bohemian composers
The movement for Czech independence from the Hapsburg empire is the sole example in history of a war of independence where the generals were composers, and the infantry were orchestras.
Bohemia was for centuries one of the political, cultural, and religious centers of Europe.
After the Battle of White Mountain in 1620, Bohemia was extinguished as a nation and absorbed into the Hapsburg Empire, until the end of the first world war.
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 Bohemia: History — Infoplease.com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
while Bohemia was part of the great Moravian empire, from which it withdrew at the end of the century to become an independent principality.
Charles IV (1346–78), who was crowned Holy Roman Emperor in 1355, was the golden age of Bohemia, and Prague became the seat of the empire.
The heretic saint: Guglielma of Bohemia, Milan, and Brunate (1).
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 The Spirit Of Bohemia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Bohemia - the state of mind and way of life began in about 1830, the year of literary and political revolution and continued until 1914, the year in which the 19th century really ended.
For men of genius and distinction like Gautier, Baudelaire, and Verlaine, Bohemia was a golden but transient experience.It was a time and place where artists of all types spent their lives outside society, choosing penury, squalor and freedom over prosperity and convention.
"The Spirit of Bohemia" focuses on what we consider to be the true Bohemia - Paris of the 1800's - the original Bohemian period.
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 Columbia Encyclopedia - Bohemia - AOL Research & Learn   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Grain, sugar beets, grapes and other fruit, flax, and the famous hops used in the breweries of Plzeň; (Pilsen) are the principal crops.
The legendary Queen Libussa and her husband, the peasant Přemysl, founded the first Bohemian dynasty in the 9th cent.
After the Přemyslide line became extinct (1306), John of Luxemburg was elected king in 1310.
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 CD Baby: BOHEMIA: Bohemia
A Bohemia song is a moment in time where the energy is smooth and fluid, almost calming, with an underlying tension that builds toward the inevitable explosion.
Bohemia gestated in the beautiful mire of Aida House, a small bungalow crash house in Sugarhouse, an urban borough in Mormon Salt Lake City.
Bohemia is a modern revelation, a perfect fusion of old and new, the old myths and poetry of the street, with a slammin' sound, ruthless and earthy.
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The Fortress and the minting operations was controlled by the family from 1365 to 1411.
The silver Groschem of Bohemia was a primary currency in Medieval Europe.
The family is recorded as being "Ancient Knights of the Bohemia from the house of Vlastislavici" i.e.
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He had been educated in France, bore the name of the King of France and had fought for the French at the Battle of Crecy where his father lost his life.
The crown was to be removed from the reliquary only for the coronation of the kings of Bohemia.
He was in his early twenties and had ruled Bohemia for just five years.
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 Bohemia, New York NY, profile (Suffolk County) - hotels, festivals, genealogy, newspapers - ePodunk
Bohemia is in Suffolk County, in the New York metro area.
At the time of the 2000 census, the per capita income in Bohemia was $25,942, compared with $21,587 nationally.
Median rent in Bohemia, at the time of the 2000 Census, was $926.
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 ArmA Progress Update
Bohemia Interactive are delighted to announce that Viktor Bocan, the lead mission designer of Operation Flashpoint and the Resistance expansion has rejoined the team to oversee the ArmA project: "When I was asked to participate in finishing the ArmA project I had absolutely no idea how far it had progressed in the past few months.
Bohemia Interactive are delighted to take this opportunity to reveal some more of the exciting features and enhancements that will be found in ArmA and release new screenshots showing ingame footage.
Bohemia Interactive is an independent game development company with studios in the Czech Republic and Australia.
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Son and successor of Wenceslas I; king of Bohemia and Moravia (1253-78) and duke of Austria (1253-74); led crusades to East Prussia (1254) and Lithuania (1266-67); extended (1260-69) his domain from Silesia to the Adriatic; divested (1274, 1276) of all territories save Bohemia and Moravia by Rudolf I; rebelled, slain at Battle of Durnkrut.
The son and successor of Holy Roman Emperor Charles IV, Wenceslas made his capital in Prague and largely ignored his German territories, which were rent with wars between the towns and the nobles; the German princes finally deposed him for drunkenness and incompetence in 1400, choosing Rupert of the Palatinate in his stead.
The wars, however, profoundly influenced Czech national consciousness and significantly altered the social structure of Bohemia by shifting power in the cities to the Czech bourgeoisie from the immigrant Germans, who were driven out during the fighting.
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