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This office supports sales and marketing for seven countries beside the Czech Republic, including: Slovakia, Slovenia, Croatia, Hungary, Romania, Bosnia and Herzegovina. The office has a cafeteria, laundry and dry-cleaning services, and a football team for employees to enjoy.
Life in Prague
Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic, lies right in the heart of Europe, beside Germany, Austria, Slovakia and Poland. The most commonly spoken languages here are Czech and Slovak, though most people in Prague speak English or German, too. Prague has played an important role in the history of the Czech Republic and Europe. Since the Middle Ages, Prague has been recognized as one of the world's most beautiful cities. It has been called "golden," "the crown of the world" and "a stone dream." As a member of the European Union, the Czech Republic is part of the world's largest economy and Europe's gateway to the expanding economies to the east.
In 1992, the historical centre of Prague was listed in the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization's (UNESCO) World Cultural and Natural Heritage Register. Prague was also one of nine cities awarded by the European Community the title of "European City of Culture" for the year 2000. For centuries, prominent personalities have paid homage to Prague. Mozart, Beethoven, Dostojevsky, Tchaikovsky and even the British Queen Elizabeth II and Pope John Paul II professed their appreciation of its beauty. The native town of Prague is reflected in the works of Jan Neruda, Jaroslav Hasek, Franz Kafka, Max Brod and Egon Erwin Kisch.
Prague represents a unique collection of historical monuments, museums and galleries dominated by the Prague Castle, which towers high above the city. It is a specimen of all artistic styles and movements. The historical core of the city is situated on both banks of the Vltava River, the longest Czech River. This area consists of six parts, all formerly independent urban units that were unified in the 18th century. Many picturesque areas are scattered along the Vltava River and its charming Certovka arm. The Charles Bridge and its beautiful panoramic view of the town are admired by hundreds of thousands of visitors every year.