In this Czech-American TV online Broadcast you will see:
Discover Czech Regions: Pardubice Regon – City of Pardubice – is the capital city of the Pardubice Region and lies on the river Elbe, 65 miles east of Prague. The oldest extant document regarding Pardubice comes from 1295. Pardubice is dominated by the Green Gate with remains of the town’s fortifications. The Chateau, which has been reconstructed, is located nearby. The town itself has many historical buildings, for example, Kamenna vila, Crematorium, Dum U Bileho konicka , Werneruv dum, Dum U Jonase, the City Hall.
Town of Svitavy – is named after the Svitava River, which was known by the first Czech chronicler, Cosmo. Svitavy has a valuable historical core, which includes the elongated main square with the second longest arcade in the Czech Republic and a collection of architecturally noteworthy civic buildings, several churches, remains of city walls, and baroque statues.
Czech Destinations: Cities, Towns and Landmarks in the Pardubice Region. When you visit East Bohemia, you can enjoy folk traditions, including ancient crafts, discover a number of castles and chateaus, old military fortresses and fortifications, historical town reserves and other attractive sights of Renaissance, Baroque, Art Nouveau and Art Deco architecture.
Czech Songs: This time with Folk Ensemble Baldrian – a small group ensemble consisting of twelve musicians and dancers. The ensemble reproduces dances and songs from region of East Bohemia.
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