July 31, 2017
In this Czech-American TV online Broadcast you will see:
Discover Czech Lands: Toulava – This region has been created so that we can unite a diverse area in the middle of Bohemia, which has so much in common, and to take action for the preservation of the region where people could return even for decades, regardless of how many times they had already returned. Region of Toulava is halfway between Prague and National park Sumava. It stretches from Sedlcany to Bechyne, from Mlada Vozice to Milevsko and wide around town of Tabor. It is situated among green hills and valleys of rivers.
Video Archives: Czech wine – In addition to world-famous beer, the Czech Republic also houses another gourmet treasure – delicious wine. Valtice the capital city of wine. City with a rich history, winning landmarks inscribed in the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Cities with great wine and tourism potential and cultural activities, as created for your visit or holiday. There are four main wine sub-regions in Moravia – Znojmo, Velke Pavlovice, Mikulov and Slovacko. The Moravia wine region is typical with little villages comprising of wine cellars.
Czech Kitchen: Traditional Czech liver sausages called Jitrnice – tastes very nice, usually served with sauerkraut, potatoes and cold beer. The butchering of a pig (Zabijacka) was traditionally a major event for every family, and indeed the entire village. Over time, the traditional family pig-killing has declined in Czech villages, yet honestly made pork specialties such as liver or blood sausage are still widely enjoyed.
Czech Class: In this lesson you will learn about “letter C – Czech“.
You can also watch other video lessons and learn The Czech Language. Just visit Czech-American TV website at www.catvusa.com and click on the button – Lessons.
Czech Landmarks: The Czech Republic is located at the very heart of Central Europe and counts among Europe’s top travel destinations. Thanks to its location at the crossroads of various cultures in the heart of Europe, the Czech Republic has countless cultural and historical points of interest. Wonderful castles and chateaux, world famous spas, unspoiled countryside, historical cities and legendary cuisine – what will you choose?
Czech Songs: This time with Mistrinanka from South Moravian Region.
South Moravian folklore, including music, dance, language, folk costumes, applied art and craft-work, is no mere show for tourists, but a real part of the life of the region.
Stay tuned! New Weekly Broadcasts are on Monday/Tuesday at www.catvusa.com