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Domain Encyclopædia .cz - Czech Republic Brand Protection - .cz domain Registration.

European Domains: Czech Republic (.cz)


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.cz Registration:

.cz registration your Czech domain, click here!

.cz is the country code top-level domain (ccTLD) for the Czech Republic. It is administered by CZ.NIC. Registrations must be ordered via accredited domain name registrars.

Before the split in 1993 former Czechoslovakia used domain .cs.

Background Information :


2008 estimate 10,424,926 (78th) - 2001 census 10,230,060 - Density 132/km2 (77th) 341/sq mi


(PPP) 2007 estimate - Total $250.057 billion (39thÙ) - Per capita $24,229 (35th)

National Anthem

Kde domov mʯj? (in English: Where is my home?)


Total 78,866 km2 (117th) 30,450 sq mi - Water (%) 2

International Dialling Code



Czech koruna (CZK)


Parliamentary republic




: "Truth prevails"

Time Zone

CET (UTC+1) - Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2) The Czech Republic, is a landlocked country in Central Europe and a member state of the European Union. The country borders Poland to the northeast, Germany to the west, Austria to the south, and Slovakia to the east. The capital and largest city is Prague (Czech: Praha). The country is composed of the historic regions of Bohemia and Moravia, as well as parts of Silesia.

Following the Battle of Mohecs, the Czech lands fell under Habsburg rule from 1526, later becoming part of the Austrian Empire and Austria-Hungary. The independent Republic of Czechoslovakia was formed in 1918, following the collapse of the Austro-Hungarian empire after World War I. After the Munich Agreement, German occupation of Czechoslovakia and the consequent disillusion with the Western response and gratitude for the liberation of the major portion of Czechoslovakia by the Red Army, the Communist party won plurality (38%)in 1946 elections. In an 1948 coup d'tat, Czechoslovakia became a communist-ruled state. In 1968, the increasing dissatisfaction culminated in attempts to reform the communist regime. The events, known as the Prague Spring of 1968, ended with an invasion by armies o Warsaw Pact countries, and the troops remained in the country until the overturn in 1989 Velvet Revolution, when the communist regime collapsed. On January 1, 1993 Czechoslovakia peacefully dissolved into its constituent states, the Czech Republic and Slovakia.

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