There are currently about 500 000 foreigners living in the Czech Republic. Is it too many or too few? I will tell you how it is in comparison to other European countries. Also, you will learn about the top 6 countries from which foreigners are coming to Czech. And also some bits of Czech/Czechoslovakian history explaining the current situation.
Today I am talking about the way we Czech celebrate love. We have 2 dedicated days for this. The first one is St. Valentine’s day and the second one is the first of May. Here are some details from the podcast, so that you don’t have to write it down: Petřín hill – it is the place in Prague where you can go on the 1st of May Petřínská rozhledna = „the Czech Eiffel Tower“ The commemorative stamps from Czech Post office: https://www.ceskaposta.cz/sluzby/filatelie-a-postfila/prilezitostna-razitka/pripravovana-razitka The video „Láska je láska“ = „Love is love“ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=71GMbzhC818
I am living abroad for the past few years and when I meet someone new and tell them that I am Czech usually this question comes up: „Why did Czechoslovakia split up?“ So here is the answer to all of you. I hope that it will bring you some new information and that you will enjoy also my other podcasts about Czechia!