Czech Republic (Czechia) cities
have a very different outlook with beautiful buildings, ornate bridges, chateaux, fascinating churches, cozy hamlets and numerous architectural jewels. The country boasts of eleven UNESCO World Heritage sites
spread over its various cities, including the sites of Litomysl Castle, Cesky Krumlov and Zelena Hora Pilgrimage Church of St John. The capital city of Czech Republic is Prague or Praha. The whole of the historical city center is declared as a World Heritage Site.
The cities of Czech Republic are set amidst distinct scenic backdrops. Depending on their geographical location, the Czech Republic cities belong to South Moravian Region, Moravian-Silesian Region, Plzen Region, Olomouc Region, Liberec Region, South Bohemian Region, Hradec Kralove Region, Usti nad Labem Region, Pardubice Region, Zlin Region, Central Bohemian Region, Karlovy Vary Region or Vysocina Region.
The varied population of the Czech Republic cities
is an interesting mix of the native Czechs, Romans, Polish, Hungarians, Moravian, Slovaks, Greeks, Magyars, Germans, Silesian and Vietnamese. The cities offer a wealth of festivals, concerts, exhibitions and other performances in its numerous theaters, cinemas, museums, and clubs. They are hubs of culture and politics and play host to a number of sporting events owing to its varied terrains.
||Cities in Czec Republic (Czechia)
|City Name||Population (2011)||City Name||Population (2011)|
|České Budějovice [Budweis]||93715||Jihlava||50075|
|Ústí nad Labem||93000||Teplice||49640|