Prague is known as a hundred-towered city, yet the number of bridges over the Vltava River is almost close to the legendary number of towers.
Ivan Martin Jirous, the father of the Czechoslovak underground, was called Magor with a capital M because of his turbulent nature.
Handmade notebook from Litomyšl.
When you say "hedgehog in a cage", perhaps every Czech immediately thinks of The Quick Arrows by writer Jaroslav Foglar and cartoonist Jan Fischer.
Golem - a clay statue, which according to legend was created at the end of the 16th century by the Jewish scholar Rabbi Löw to protect the Prague Jewish ghetto.
27 June is known in the Czech Republic as the Day of Remembrance of the Victims of the Communist Regime.
Hana Pilná, the wife of the author of this photograph, Jan Kašpar, calls the picture "Havel with a finger".
Sorghum was produced in Sušice since 1839, but SOLO factories were established in 1903 as a joint stock company uniting several sorghum producers not only in Sušice, but also in Gratz or Linz.
The illustration of the Moravian Shuhai was created in 1938 by Zdeňka Vorlová Vlčková for the Union of Moravia.
Who doesn't know a Zetor. The Brno tractor brand was founded after World War II and is still one of the world's top agricultural brands.
A master of abstraction, a gifted artist, but also a soldier or a respected professor.
Robot - one of the world's most famous words of Czech origin origin originated in 1921, when it was first used in the meaning of machine by the Czech writer Karel Čapek in the drama R.
Toyen or Marie Cermin. Perhaps the most famous Czech surrealist painter, perhaps the most famous Czech painter ever.
Professor Antonín Holý, one of the most important Czech natural scientists of the 20th century and perhaps even of all time.
One of the most brilliant Czech scientists and inventors, to whom we owe contact lenses, but also nylon.
Leoš Janáček, one of the leading Czech composers, author of world-famous operas and other compositions, who drew on his roots - the tones of folk music and the intonation of the dialect.
The legendary Grandma, but also fairy tales such as The Seven Raven's Tales, The Princess with the Golden Star on Her Forehead or The Clever Mountain Girl, as well as dozens of short stories and other texts.
A First Republic sex-symbol and an intelligent and talented actress with a very complicated destiny.
When the charm of regional costumes, the symbolic linden branch, Havel's iconic véčko and the playfulness of Tomski&Polanski studio are combined, a purely Czech, modern and unconventionally traditional motif is created.
Karel Hynek Mácha was a great patriot, an enthusiastic traveller, a theatre amateur, but also a lover of castles.
We could see it in the networks of transport companies as early as the 1960s, but we can also come across it today.
It is said that mushroom picking is the Czech national sport, a phenomenon unparalleled in the world.