As every Wednesday it is time for a bit of history and this time we look back at one of the most important monarchs of Bohemia: Charles IV. He is still considered the father of the country and many times was voted the greatest Czech. It is 667 years since he took up the Bohemian throne in 1347. After that we have a look at some really heavy weather. Write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and like us on Facebook.
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