Bohemia

STUDENT CITY: Prague

Prague is the capital city of the Czech Republic and the home to the highest number of universities and colleges in the country. With over 1,281,000 residents, thousands of tourists visiting every day and large expat communities, Prague is the cultural, economic and educational center of the country. It is also the seat of the …

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STUDENT CITY: Hradec Králové

Hradec Králové is located in the eastern part of Bohemia. The city lies on the confluence of rivers Elba and Orlice and contains many buildings of historical and architectural significance. The city landmarks are the Renaissance White Tower, the Gothic Church of the Holy Spirit, the baroque Church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary …

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STUDENT CITY: Plzeň

Plzen, usually called Pilsner in English, is a city west of Prague. The city is world-famous for its Pilsner beer which was first brewed there in 1842. The dominant landmark of the historical center of Pilsner is the Church of St Bartholomew with a tower over 100 meters high. The University of West Bohemia is …

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STUDENT CITY: Ústí nad Labem

Ústí nad Labem is a city in the north-western part of Bohemia, only 20 kilometers from the border with Germany. It is located in the Labe river valley and the Mariánský Bridge built over the river in between 1993-1998 is considered one of the best structures of recent decades. The city is home to Univerzita …

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STUDENT CITY: Liberec

Liberec is the fifth largest city in the Czech Republic with a population around 150,000 inhabitants. The city is dominated by Ještěd Tower located on the peak of Ještěd hill. In Liberec, there is the Technical University of Liberec which was founded in 1953. The university has around 7,000 students enrolled at seven faculties and …

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STUDENT CITY: Pardubice

Pardubice is an industrial city in the eastern part of Bohemia. The dominant industries are chemical industry, electrical engineering and mechanical engineering. In 1950, the Chemical College was founded to make advantage of the extensive opportunities for research in the field provided by the highly developed chemical industry. The character of the college notably changed …

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