ethnia.org
 

2020-NOV-22

Zones:

CZECHIA  EUROPEAN UNION  Czech Republic : CZECHIA
  
(Prague + Brno) - (Brussels + Luxembourg + Strasbourg) - (Prague + Brno)

AUSSIG Region

Flag or logo since 2002-03-28*
ÚSTECKÝ Kraj (cs)
Emblem or Symbol*

President Milos Zeman
(ruler of CZECHIA since 2013-03-08)

President Charles Michel
(ruler of EUROPEAN UNION since 2019-12-01)
Capital:Aussig on Elbe - (Ústí nad Labem)
Official languages: Czech (cs) .




1 Territory:

AUSSIG AUSSIG Region  (Aussig on Elbe)Local: ÚSTECKÝ Kraj  (Ústí nad Labem)




* The emblems shown for the sub-territories may in some cases be those of their capital.

Other Independent or Semi-Independent Polities within the 2020's internationally recognized Country boundaries:

CZECHIA Czech Republic : CZECHIA  (Prague + Brno)


Other Territories or Entities within the 2020's internationally recognized Country boundaries:

CENTRAL BOHEMIA CENTRAL BOHEMIAN Region  (Prague-East)
HRADEC KRALOVE Kralovehradecian Region : HRADEC KRALOVE Region  (Hradec Kralove)
KARLOVY VARY Karlovarian Region : KARLOVY VARY Region  (Karlovy Vary)
LIBEREC Liberecian Region : LIBEREC Region  (Liberec)
MORAVIA-SILESIA MORAVIAN-SILESIAN Region  (Ostrava)
OLOMOUC Olomoucian Region : OLOMOUC Region  (Olomouc)
PARDUBICE Pardubician Region : PARDUBICE Region  (Pardubice)
PILSEN PILSEN Region  (Pilsen)
PRAGUE PRAGUE Capital City  (Prague)
SOUTH BOHEMIA SOUTH BOHEMIAN Region  (Budweis of Bohemia)
SOUTH MORAVIA SOUTH MORAVIAN Region  (Brno)
VYSOCINA VYSOCINA Region : Highlands Region  (Jihlava)
ZLIN ZLIN Region  (Zlin)
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Notes:


   ethnia.org aims to find the countries, territories, governments, administrative divisions and main international organisations that have existed during the 20th century.
   Current depth of investigation: . [red: country considered completed, rose: 1 level yet to complete, white: 2 levels yet to complete]
   For an idea on how was built the site, see the following documentary link of wikipedia [fr] : Modèle:Infobox


 Main Internet Sources

   * Base géographique, Archives nationales d'outre-mer (FR). For the administrative divisions of the former French dependencies.
   * Centennia Historical Atlas Software, ed. Centennia (US). For Europe, North Africa and Middle East historical maps.
   * Drapeaux d'Origine & d'Inspiration Françaises - DO&IF, SFV (FR). For French colonial flags.
   * Ethnologue: Languages of the World, SIL International (US). For languages codes.
   * Flags Of The World - FOTW, Rob Raeside (CA). For the current and historic flags of the world.
   * GeoNames, Geonames (CH). Geographical names database.
   * Google Books, Google (US). Online library used for specific sources.
   * Herald Dick Magazine, Herald Dick (FR). For some current and historic arms.
   * Heraldry of the World, by Ralf Hartemink (NL). For local emblems and arms.
   * L'aménagement linguistique dans le monde, by Jacques Leclerc, University of Laval (CA). For national linguistic policies.
   * National Arms and Emblems - Past and Present, by Hubert de Vries (NL). For historic national emblems and arms.
   * Numismondo - World Printed Money Picture Catalog, by Garry Saint, Esquire (US). For national currencies.
   * Omniatlas - Interactive atlas of World History, by Rick Westera (NZ). For some geopolitical maps.
   * Perry-Castañ:eda Library Map Collection, University of Texas at Austin (US). For some historical maps.
   * Population Statistics, by Jan Lahmeyer (NL). For historical regional demographies and areas.
   * Portale Storia, by Giovanni Fontana (IT). For photos of rulers.
   * ReliefWeb, by the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA). For maps of some administrative divisions.
   * Rulers.org, by Benjamin Schemmel (DE). For photos of rulers.
   * Statoids, by Gwillim Law (US). For historical administrative subdivisions.
   * The World Factbook, ed. Central Intelligence Agency (US). For the general data and profiles of the current countries.
   * United Nations Peacekeeping, United Nations (UNO). For the United Nations Missions.
   * Vexilla Mundi, by Mello Luchtenberg (NL). For flags of the world.
   * Vexillographia, by Viktor Lomantsov (RU). For flags of Russia and Soviet Union.
   * Wikimedia Commons, Wikimedia Foundation (US). Free-use pictures.
   * Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation (US). For general data, maps, sources, pictures.
   * World Heritage Centre, (UNESCO). For the selected photos of the countries.
   * World History at KMLA, by Alexander Ganse (DE). For historical maps and links by country.
   * World Statesmen, by Ben Cahoon (US). Main source for the historical polities and their rulers.

 Printed References

   * Atlas des empires and other books of Gérard Chaliand, ed. Payot (FR). General historical geopolitic data.
   * Atlas of the World's Languages, ed. Routledge (UK). Most complete world list of languages and dialects.
   * Flags Through the Ages and Accross the World, by Whitney Smith, ed. McGraw (US). Flags of the world.
   * Fragments d'Europe, by Michel Foucher, ed. Fayard (FR). For the post-Soviet Union polities.
   * L'État du Monde, ed. La Découverte (FR). Yearly geopolitic cover of the world.
   * Quid, by Dominique Frémy, ed. Plon (FR). Yearly encyclopedia that was useful for countries data.
   * Statoids printed version, by Gwillim Law (US). For historical administrative subdivisions.
   * The Times Atlas of the World, ed. Times Atlas (UK). Periodical atlas of the world with its supplementary list of administrative subdivisions.
   * World Christian Encyclopedia, by David B. Barrett, ed. Oxford University Press (UK). For world religious groups but also ethnological data. First inspiring source of Ethnia.org website's look.
   * World Paper Money, ed. Krause (US). For historical currencies.

   * others are added according to the consulted entity.

 




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