Czechoslovakian Love
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Hi. We made this blog for everyone who shares our love for our two beautiful countries - the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
It doesn't matter whether you were born and raised in the heart of Europe, or just fell in love with it during your travels, please feel free to follow, ask questions, tell us your stories or submit your photos :)
Brought to you by two slovak girls :)

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Anonymous : Wow I really love your blog and appreciate the amount of effort you have put into the posts! Thank you it is very educational! Do you know of any blogs similar to yours but about different countries through the world?

get-to-know-cz:

Thank you so much!

I’m actually trying to find similar blogs as well so if my followers have some to add (even if it’s about country that’s already on the list) please be so kind and share it with us :)

czecholsovakianlove, knowslovakia
historia-polski, lovingpoland
willkommen-in-germanyliebesdeutschland
budapestbug
fuckeyeahbalkans, allthingscroatia, loveserbia
thebeautyofrussia

awww thanks for mentioning us babe :)
I would like to add polandgallery and my personal all time favorite - fuckyescalifornia (even though technically its not a country) :)

red-lipstick:

Jan Machata aka Thejokercz (Czech Republic) - Darkness Has Fallen, 2012     Photography

red-lipstick:

Jan Machata aka Thejokercz (Czech Republic) - Darkness Has Fallen, 2012     Photography
iveko-photography:

Bojnice

allthingseurope:

Spiš Castle, Slovakia (by mr.maros)

allthingseurope:

Spiš Castle, Slovakia (by mr.maros)
ysvoice:

| ♕ |  Chapel near Levoca, Slovakia  | by © Brave Lemming

brooklyntree:

travel-photos-hze:

Snowy Prague gothic Castle with the Charles Bridge, Czech Republic

Jesus Christ

brooklyntree:

travel-photos-hze:

Snowy Prague gothic Castle with the Charles Bridge, Czech Republic

Jesus Christ
gildings:

Chřiby - Natural Park by Adam8866 on Flickr.
Anonymous : Hey there guys, I'm in kosice, Slovakia. I'm slowly learning Slovakian and not everyone likes to hear me speak Czech. I was wondering, could you tell me any good spots to eat? Or does anyone? I'd really appreciate it. Thank you

ATTENTION KOSICE!!!!!

Help this kind human being out, please :)

(I have only been to Kosice once and that was a loooooong time ago… 15 or more years maybe? The only thing I remember from that trip is that my parents bought me a Lion King coloring book… so ya, I couldnt possibly be of any help here, sorry :))

thuaan95 : hi, what is the name of this country ("Slovakia") mean ?

knowslovakia:

In Slovak is Slovakia called Slovensko and it literally means “land of Slavs” or “land of Slovaks” - both is correct. Let me explain:

Until around 15th century were Slovaks, resp. their ancestors known as Sloveni (alternative spellings Sloväni or Slovieni). In this period several nations in area changed suffix of their name from -n to -ak. Polan changed to Polak, Moravan to Moravák, Sloven to Slovák. In case of Slovaks this happened only in the noun of masculine gender (sing. Slovák, pl. Slováci), that’s why is Slovak woman called Slovenka and not Slováčka or why in adjective we use slovenský instead of slovácky. It’s also reason why’s land known as Slovensko, not Slovácko.

Slav in Slovak is said Slovan and in past it was pronounced the same way as Sloven. In fact Sloven literally meant “Slav”, however Slavs from this area (Slovaks) differed themselves from other Slavs despite fact that they used common name and in foreign documents were usually reffered to as Danubian Slavs or Upper Danubian Slavs. So in fact Slovaks still literally call themselves “Slavs” and that’s why Slovakia can mean both “land of Slavs” and “land of Slovaks”. The only other Slavic nation which perserved name Slav are Slovenians.

allthingseurope:

Brno, Czech Republic  (by Cieguilla)

#brno#czech republic
allthingseurope:

Brno, Czech Republic  (by Cieguilla)

varentainu:

the odd uneven time | via Tumblr на We Heart It.

varentainu:

the odd uneven time | via Tumblr на We Heart It.