• Czech Republic property price forecast for 2017 and 2016 real estate overview

    Prague property prices in 2016 continued to soar: http://www.czechpoint101.com/prague-property-prices-2016-q3-continue-soar/. In this video Pavel Pařízek, director of CZECH POINT 101, discusses what has happened in 2016 with regards to Czech real estate and what he expects to happen in 2017. What effect will the Czech National Bank's tightening of mortgage requirements have? Why are the number of new projects being approved affect forecasts for 2017? Pavel discusses these and other matters affecting the property market. Here is a transcript of the entire interview: Czech Republic property price forecast for 2017 and 2016 real estate overview So, what do you expect in 2017, what will the market look like? Well, we had really beautiful year in 2016 with regards to value of the prope...

    published: 02 Dec 2016
  • Property in Czech Republic real estate

    Czech Republic real estate, apartments in Chehiii, apartments and houses in Prague, the price of real estate in Prague. Real estate in certain cities of the Czech Republic and at home in the Czech Republic belongs to the highest class of real estate on the market. Property in the Czech Republic and the Czech Republic apartment in price and prestige comparable with castles in Spain or villas on the French Riviera. This high grade Czech real estate is certainly justified, as the economic level and the cultural heritage of this country are fundamental for the formation of prices for real estate in the Czech Republic.   Czech Republic is full of historical monuments of medieval architecture, which attract as many tourists as well as investors who want to invest capital into a profitable busine...

    published: 02 Jun 2013
  • Grand Villa with a Majestic Garden in Prague, Czech Republic

    Presented by Czech Republic Sotheby's International Realty For more information go to http://s.sir.com/2kkp1Zl This grandeur, spacious and luxurious villa stands in the prominent Prague residential district of Troja. Thanks to the spectacular garden covering nearly one hectare (approx. 2.5 acres) and the interior design, the property also finds itself being used for other notable purposes, for example, as the seat of a foreign embassy or of a business corporation. Enjoy unique views of Prague and a private green oasis set high on the slope above Troja Chateau. Since the 1920s, the Troja area has been a prime location for luxury living. Influential businessmen and industrialists built their family mansions here to accentuate their high social standing. The history of Troja Villa is close...

    published: 24 Jan 2017
  • Spacious Family Estate in Central Bohemia, Czech Republic

    Presented by Czech Republic Sotheby's International Realty For more information go to http://s.sir.com/2hK4skc The villa in Lány is a spectacular family residence located in the famous village. At first glance, the house captures the attention by its fusion of two contrasting features: the tasteful setting in the unique environment of the Krivoklát Forest and the luxurious, extravagant interiors. The spacious 2007 manor was built with uncompromising attention to even the smallest detail. The structure itself consists of two wings - the main house intended for the owner's family, and a connected guest house. The central section contains a heated pool, a fitness area, and an open terrace with direct access to the carefully tended gardens. The main attractions of the ground floor are a gl...

    published: 27 Dec 2016
  • Two kinds of houses in the Czech Republic

    http://preparetoserve.com/CZECH-REPUBLIC Two kinds of houses in the Czech Republic.

    published: 21 Nov 2013
  • Czech Republic - Orphans

    T/I 10:43:45 HOMES AT LAST FOR ANONYMOUS SLOVAK ORPHANS Czech Republic natsot Duration: 2.05 After more than a year of negotiations between the Czech and Slovak governments, just three of the more than one thousand Slovak "orphans" living in Czech adoption centres, have been adopted. Most of them are the children of Slovak prostitutes who solicit on the "E-55" highway to Germany. The children are being cared-for in centres, but overcrowding has become a problem and many of the children have now reached school age. Their mothers, seeking to remain anonymous, leave their children with no birth certificates or proof of identity. Without papers, the children cannot enter Slovakia or be adopted by Slovak families. But the children can now be adopted by fam...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • 2013 Czech Republic Real Estate Forecast (Prague, Brno, Ostrava, Pardubice, Hradec Králové)

    http://www.czechpoint101.com/newsletter/2013-forecast/2013-czech-republic-property-forecast-prague-brno-ostrava-pardubice-hradec-kralove/ This is our 2013 Czech real estate forecast in video format. It covers all the major cities including Prague, Brno, Ostrava, Pardubice and Hradec Králové. Here is a full transcript of the video: This is our 2013 Czech Property Forecast. We are going to move through fairly quickly if you would like to spend more time on the details there will be a link in the notes below with our print version of this. First of all let's look at an overview of 2012. We had expected property prices to go down 4% during the year. The HBIndex, which is one of our most accurate measurements of what's happened with property prices, showed that to the end of the third qu...

    published: 10 Jan 2013
  • Relocation to the Czech Republic

    Foreigners.cz provides relocation services: real estate, immigration, translation, insurance, furnishing. Visit our website: foreigners.cz

    published: 25 Oct 2016
  • Czech Republic travel guide - Guía de República Checa

    Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/user/ChannelL... Follow Twitter: https://twitter.com/helloiamruben Follow Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/rubenyelmundo And Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/helloiamruben/ The last stop of my trip to Czech Republic leads me to Zlin, a city that is worth visiting for its interesting history. In the early 20th century the city had only 3,000 inhabitants, but suffered a total transformation thanks to intervention of the industry businessman Tomas Bata. Bata did not limit himself to only set up his factories in Zlin, but he also created the whole city according to the needs of his industry. To do this, he designed all city buildings: factories, homes, leisure centres, offices, public buildings... all with the same red bricks, and under the same functi...

    published: 04 Dec 2016
  • Apartments in Prague : Life in Prague Series from The Language House TEFL

    Do you need to find an apartment in Prague? Two graduates from The Language House TEFL talk about the steps and tricks needed to get an apartment in Prague. They cover using real estate agents, flat-sharing options, average prices, locations, and how to relocate yourself to your new home. If you are worried about where to stay after your TEFL certification, don't be. We offer a lot of assistance and help to get you settled. Sign up and teach abroad with us http://www.thelanguagehouse.net

    published: 14 Sep 2016
  • why women count | choosing life | Czech Republic

    http://www.tve.org Lawyer Marie Vodickova already looks after eight adopted children. Now she's started a network of 20 'safe houses' across the Czech Republic catering for poor and disadvantaged mothers - evicted from their homes, or escaping violent relationships - who might otherwise be forced to give up their children. After a rise in the number of abandoned babies, the Czech Republic passed a controversial law in 2005 allowing mothers to leave their new born babies anonymously in designated 'baby boxes'. Maria believes the government should instead provide more welfare centres that would help mothers bond with their children and keep their families together.

    published: 09 Mar 2012
  • FindiaGroup | Czech Republic

    FindiaGroup is one of the largest international real estate agencies across the world, based in Sweden. We help you sell, buy, rent and promote luxury properties. Our services are available in over 123 countries. For more info go to www.findiagroup.com

    published: 03 Mar 2014
  • Jindřich Fremuth, O2 Czech Republic, IQRF Conference 2016

    Jindřich Fremuth from O2 Czech Republic, introduced a vision of smart homes. O2 has invited other members of the IQRF Alliance to collaborate in the area of smart homes.

    published: 10 Jun 2016
  • Investment Real Estate in Prague, Investment Property in Prague Czech Republic.

    Investment property in Prague, Czech Republic. Investment Real Estate in Prague, Czech Republic. Investmet opportunities in Prague. Investment immigration program to Schengen. http://www.ininvestment.com/ Hi, I am Ajith. Our Investment Immigration manager Mr. Karl was patient, kind, and knowledgeable. He helped us to get the apartment we've always dreamed of, with excellent price. All our papers works and immigration hassles were perfect. Now we have moved to Czech Republic, where our son is now finishing his study as a medical doctor. And in a few months we are starting our first business in Prague, a small Indian Restaurant. IN Investment , Czech company based in Prague also found us an excellent location for the restaurant, where we will invest another 250,000 USD. It was Hassle F...

    published: 29 Jan 2013
  • Y&T Luxury Property Prague Czech Republic - Our Team

    We are a young and developing Czech real estate company with a distinct corporate image, specialising in exclusive properties in the best locales in Prague. The Y&T Luxury Property team, comprised exclusively of women, has been providing its customers an innovative, creative, highly professional, and individualised approach to each project since 2010. We believe that every property that we not only renovate, but also include in our sale portfolio, has its story. And we are here to relay that story to the world and help clients make the right decision – after all, one should choose one’s home primarily with the heart.

    published: 26 Oct 2016
  • Poles attracted by cheaper real estate and lower taxes move to the Czech town of Tesin

    The Czech town of Cesky Tesin is becoming popular among Poles who look for cheaper real-estate, lower taxes and less red tape for small firms. In the last year, Cesky Tesin residents have seen how Poles are buying and renting flats and houses and how many business are moving to the small town as well. Cesky Tesin, originally split into two parts at the border between Poland and the Czech Republic, is currently only divided by the Olza river. Piotr Wojcik, a translator, bought an office and a big flat for himself and his family only a few from the border. He sees great social benefits for his two children as health insurance and pension depends on the income in Poland and in Cesky Tesin he can pay half the sum he would pay in Poland. Wojcik says he has also experienced better and cheap...

    published: 13 Jun 2017
Czech Republic property price forecast for 2017 and 2016 real estate overview

Czech Republic property price forecast for 2017 and 2016 real estate overview

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Prague property prices in 2016 continued to soar: http://www.czechpoint101.com/prague-property-prices-2016-q3-continue-soar/. In this video Pavel Pařízek, director of CZECH POINT 101, discusses what has happened in 2016 with regards to Czech real estate and what he expects to happen in 2017. What effect will the Czech National Bank's tightening of mortgage requirements have? Why are the number of new projects being approved affect forecasts for 2017? Pavel discusses these and other matters affecting the property market. Here is a transcript of the entire interview: Czech Republic property price forecast for 2017 and 2016 real estate overview So, what do you expect in 2017, what will the market look like? Well, we had really beautiful year in 2016 with regards to value of the properties. We have seen the properties increasing about 8-13% and we also think that it would be coming up next year as well little bit, but it would be influenced by many factors. So, what are the factors? Mainly I think it would be the mortgage situation in Czech Republic. What does it mean? Basically, up to know or month ago, you could take even 100% LTV mortgage. But since 1 November it is only possible to take 95% LTV mortgage and since April 2017 you would be eligible only for max of 90% LTV mortgage. That is the restriction from the Czech National Bank, so the market is not overheated. Ok, and I have heard that there is some change in transferred TAX. Yes, the transferred tax used to be paid primarily by the seller but again since this year the buyer needs to pay the transferred tax which is additional 4% that needs to be covered from his own sources. And will it be possible to finance it through bank? Some banks do offer it that you can take this 4% but still it could be up to 90% LTV mortgage. Which would mean that you would be only eligible for 86% LTV mortgage and then additional 4% it would be covered by the bank. And this would leave you with having 14% from your own sources that you would need to invest anyway. And do you know about any other factors that you expect that will influence the market in 2017? The big unknown is the Czech National Bank because we know that the Czech National Bank is buying Euros so the currency exchange rate Czech crown into Euro is above 27 Crowns but they announced that they should waive the restrictions in the half of 2017. If they do so, it may also influence the demand and the supply in the Czech Republic and how many foreigners would go and invest into properties which then may also influence the increasing or decreasing value of the properties. Ok, we will see. And what about the properties that are still available on the market. Is there sufficient supply or not? Well, there is currently very strong demand for properties and the Czech developers they are not managing to build the new development projects so fast so it is happening that the people are buying even older flats and the sellers that have really hard time two years ago to sell their properties for a decent price, right now are selling it for increase about 8-10%. So, this is one factor that would push the price a bit higher that we do not have so many available flats for sale. Ok, so when you sum it up. It means that market will be steady or will rise or drop down...? Well, we expect market definitely to go up. If I would be holding at a bottom then I would see at least about 4% but as we see it may go even around 6-7% next year. Thank you for your thought.
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Property in Czech Republic real estate

Property in Czech Republic real estate

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Czech Republic real estate, apartments in Chehiii, apartments and houses in Prague, the price of real estate in Prague. Real estate in certain cities of the Czech Republic and at home in the Czech Republic belongs to the highest class of real estate on the market. Property in the Czech Republic and the Czech Republic apartment in price and prestige comparable with castles in Spain or villas on the French Riviera. This high grade Czech real estate is certainly justified, as the economic level and the cultural heritage of this country are fundamental for the formation of prices for real estate in the Czech Republic.   Czech Republic is full of historical monuments of medieval architecture, which attract as many tourists as well as investors who want to invest capital into a profitable business with high margins. Some foreigners buy real estate in the Czech Republic for a passport of the European Union.   Acquisition of real estate in the Czech Republic - is a worthwhile investment of your capital, which will bring you and your children to income in the future. To buy property in the Czech Republic apartments in the Czech Republic, you do not necessarily need to have a Czech visa. Real Estate issued by a legal entity. In the future you can profitably sell you purchased a house in the Czech Republic, or lease on favorable terms.
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Grand Villa with a Majestic Garden in Prague, Czech Republic

Grand Villa with a Majestic Garden in Prague, Czech Republic

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Presented by Czech Republic Sotheby's International Realty For more information go to http://s.sir.com/2kkp1Zl This grandeur, spacious and luxurious villa stands in the prominent Prague residential district of Troja. Thanks to the spectacular garden covering nearly one hectare (approx. 2.5 acres) and the interior design, the property also finds itself being used for other notable purposes, for example, as the seat of a foreign embassy or of a business corporation. Enjoy unique views of Prague and a private green oasis set high on the slope above Troja Chateau. Since the 1920s, the Troja area has been a prime location for luxury living. Influential businessmen and industrialists built their family mansions here to accentuate their high social standing. The history of Troja Villa is closely tied to this period. This timeless residence offers everything you may wish for, including the possibility of separating the public and private tracts. The glass façade always keeps you in touch with the large garden, which boasts dozens of mature fruit and walnut trees as well as its own miniature vineyard. The upper stories have terraces and balconies with a fascinating view of the green lane of Stromovka and a panorama of the capital beyond. The luxurious rooms with heated marble floors and bespoke furniture offer a cozy atmosphere. For your comfort, the five-story, 1,000-square-meter (10,800 sq ft) villa is equipped with, among other amenities, an ultra-quiet elevator, CCTV and cutting-edge security system as well as a heated driveway leading to a set of ten parking spaces and two garages. You can recharge your batteries after a hectic day at work in a wellness area featuring a counter-flow pool, sauna, steam bath, hot-tub and gym. Property ID: 4TPLDQ
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Spacious Family Estate in Central Bohemia, Czech Republic

Spacious Family Estate in Central Bohemia, Czech Republic

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Presented by Czech Republic Sotheby's International Realty For more information go to http://s.sir.com/2hK4skc The villa in Lány is a spectacular family residence located in the famous village. At first glance, the house captures the attention by its fusion of two contrasting features: the tasteful setting in the unique environment of the Krivoklát Forest and the luxurious, extravagant interiors. The spacious 2007 manor was built with uncompromising attention to even the smallest detail. The structure itself consists of two wings - the main house intended for the owner's family, and a connected guest house. The central section contains a heated pool, a fitness area, and an open terrace with direct access to the carefully tended gardens. The main attractions of the ground floor are a glamorous bedroom, a spacious bathroom in lofty Versace style and a huge living room with kitchen and spacious dining area. The large, direct-access balcony offers a breathtaking view of the surrounding woods, as well as of the swimming lake with natural fountains one floor below. The natural slope of the large garden of some 2.5 acres enabled the architects to create several surprising features. Special prominence is given to the two trees which were a gift to the current owner from the President of the Czech Republic. The social functions of the villa are catered for by the daylight basement, with its myriad choices for rest and relaxation. There is a home cinema, a custom bar in white brick, a pool table, a wine cellar, and a large dressing room and study. Approximately half of this floor is taken up by the guest apartment, which comprises a bedroom, bathroom, dressing room and fully equipped kitchenette. The outbuildings in the manor grounds consist of a three-vehicle garage with a separate driveway, two fully equipped gazebos, and a gardener's house designed for year-round habitation. Property ID: 7SHL29
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Two kinds of houses in the Czech Republic

Two kinds of houses in the Czech Republic

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http://preparetoserve.com/CZECH-REPUBLIC Two kinds of houses in the Czech Republic.
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Czech Republic - Orphans

Czech Republic - Orphans

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T/I 10:43:45 HOMES AT LAST FOR ANONYMOUS SLOVAK ORPHANS Czech Republic natsot Duration: 2.05 After more than a year of negotiations between the Czech and Slovak governments, just three of the more than one thousand Slovak "orphans" living in Czech adoption centres, have been adopted. Most of them are the children of Slovak prostitutes who solicit on the "E-55" highway to Germany. The children are being cared-for in centres, but overcrowding has become a problem and many of the children have now reached school age. Their mothers, seeking to remain anonymous, leave their children with no birth certificates or proof of identity. Without papers, the children cannot enter Slovakia or be adopted by Slovak families. But the children can now be adopted by families in the Czech Republic, according to Josefa Havlova of the Czech Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs. Slovak authorities are, Havlova said, happy with this arrangement, which means the children receive Czech citizenship. SHOWS: PRAGUE-DRESDEN HIGHWAY, CZECH REPUBLIC Two prostitutes out on the highway. Driving past two other prostitutes. A group of prostitutes standing at bus stop.TEPLICE, CZECH REPUBLIC Woman walks past a playground. Children in orphanage sitting on potties and crying. CU baby. More children inside the orphanage. Babies sitting on potties with no clothes on. PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC CU Josefa Havlova, Czech ministry of labour and social affairs. SOT Havolva: "As for adoption, which was passed by Czech court, you don't need an approval of Slovak Republic, because it's not illegal in either Czech or Slovak Republic. It's very important for Slovak side to know that their citizens are handed over to Czech families. In this way we negotiated with Slovak republic, of course. If they agree with it,we'll find Czech families, where Slovak children can be placed and they will get Czech citizenship." DUBIN, TEPLICE DISTRICT Prostitue being arrested. Prostitutes inside jail cell. TEPLICE PAN around the inside of the orphanage. Baby lying in crib. CU baby in crib. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/e4c8b40a5ecda843cda7a225c73fbc14 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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2013 Czech Republic Real Estate Forecast (Prague, Brno, Ostrava, Pardubice, Hradec Králové)

2013 Czech Republic Real Estate Forecast (Prague, Brno, Ostrava, Pardubice, Hradec Králové)

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http://www.czechpoint101.com/newsletter/2013-forecast/2013-czech-republic-property-forecast-prague-brno-ostrava-pardubice-hradec-kralove/ This is our 2013 Czech real estate forecast in video format. It covers all the major cities including Prague, Brno, Ostrava, Pardubice and Hradec Králové. Here is a full transcript of the video: This is our 2013 Czech Property Forecast. We are going to move through fairly quickly if you would like to spend more time on the details there will be a link in the notes below with our print version of this. First of all let's look at an overview of 2012. We had expected property prices to go down 4% during the year. The HBIndex, which is one of our most accurate measurements of what's happened with property prices, showed that to the end of the third quarter it had gone down 2%. We expect perhaps in the last quarter of 2012 for it to go down another 1%. Some things that didn't happen in 2012 that we kind of expected to. Developers didn't fire sale their existing property. We had thought that the inventory was getting high and that they would do this and that this would really affect the prices, but it didn't happen. We also expected that foreign owners of Czech banks would withdraw some substantial capital and that this would affect the lending, but this did not happen and the lending seem to be without any restriction. This is a concern because 90% of the banks in Czech Republic have foreign owners. Text: factor 1 real wage decrease (--) So what is going to happen in 2013? What are the big factors? One of the biggest ones we expect is the real wage decrease that we have seen. Real wage is the wage that the household takes home after inflation and you can see it that it has deteriorated and 2012 actually they took home less than 2011. This makes households really not secure about the future and not wanting to commit on a property purchase. Text: factor 2 Record low interest rates (++) On a positive note we have record low interest rates right now and this is going to prompt a lot to step into the market if they were planning to at any time soon. So this is a very positive thing for prices. Text: factor 3 eurozone crisis (--) The eurozone crisis continues to affect the headlines. I am sure you have seen it yourself many times. These headlines are in English but also of course they are in Czech and when the household sees this it makes them not secure about the future and not willing to make commitments. This is a very negative factor we feel on the housing market in Czech Republic this year. Text: factor 4 Overall economic strength (+) The overall economic strength in Czech Republic we feel is good in comparison to its neighbors. We look at things like the unemployment rate. It is quite low. This is from September 2012. As well GDP or Debt to GDP went up a bit in 2011 but still regionally it is very good, very strong and that bodes well for the future also of the economy. Text: factor 5 real estate transfer tax change from seller to buyer (+) There is a change in the real estate transfer tax. It is going to go - it is expected to go from the seller to the buyer. It is currently 4% and this is expected to change from being paid by the seller to being paid from the buyer. So in the second half of this year we expect there would be sellers who decide to hold of on listing their property until 2014 until this change and there would be buyers who want to buy in 2013. So we see the two conflicting forces having a positive effect in the second half of the year on property prices. Text: factor 6 decreasing supply of new developments (+) A big thing that we have seen is a decrease in supply of new developments. This is the number of dwelling units started. It has gone down substantially over the last 3 years and we feel that this is going to create a shortage which will put a pressure on the property prices as well. Text: end conclusion short term (2013) end conclusion longer term (2014/15) So what are our conclusions? Because of all this, we feel that 2013 will see a 1% increase most of it coming at the end of the year 2014, 3%; and 2015, 4% as things continue to improve. Text: MMXIII czechpoint101 We hope you like this format in video format, if you do please give this video a like and feel free to look at the other videos that we have available as well.
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Relocation to the Czech Republic

Relocation to the Czech Republic

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Foreigners.cz provides relocation services: real estate, immigration, translation, insurance, furnishing. Visit our website: foreigners.cz
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Czech Republic travel guide - Guía de República Checa

Czech Republic travel guide - Guía de República Checa

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Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/user/ChannelL... Follow Twitter: https://twitter.com/helloiamruben Follow Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/rubenyelmundo And Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/helloiamruben/ The last stop of my trip to Czech Republic leads me to Zlin, a city that is worth visiting for its interesting history. In the early 20th century the city had only 3,000 inhabitants, but suffered a total transformation thanks to intervention of the industry businessman Tomas Bata. Bata did not limit himself to only set up his factories in Zlin, but he also created the whole city according to the needs of his industry. To do this, he designed all city buildings: factories, homes, leisure centres, offices, public buildings... all with the same red bricks, and under the same functionalist pattern, with the aim of providing an environment for their workers to integrate family life, work and leisure. Tomas Bata was a great philanthropist, and besides giving their employees excellent working conditions, also projected in the city wide avenues and gardens. Undoubtedly, the most emblematic building of Zlin is the Bata skyscraper, a huge tower that hosted the headquarters of this industrial city, where is one of the amazing places I've ever seen: the office of Mr Bata. With its desk, its phone, and even a sink... shocking truth! This office is one of the most spectacular and interesting sites I've ever come across in my travelling life. Apparently, it is a normal office, but it also is an elevator that rises to the 10th floor. From here the boss organized all the activities of the company. That's right, in addition of a spacious office, it is an elevator that goes through all floors of the building, so that Mr Bata had access to all facilities without leaving its office: an office that reaches the top of the building and from where we have the best views of the city. By the way... I have not said yet what were the industries of Mr. Bata about, right? Well, the answer lies in that building, number 14. I am convinced that very few of you will have heard of the city of Zlin, but if I tell you that I'm sure that all of you at some point in your life have worn something of this city on your feet, you are to agree with me! That's right, here in Zlin shoes are produced. From this city is the famous Bata shoe brand, which today is sold in all countries of the world. That is! Thanks to a common and everyday object like a shoe they made an entire industrial and caused a social revolution in the region of Moravia. It is not surprising, therefore, to find here one of the most important museums of footwear in the world, with more than 4,000 pieces dating back from the 16th century to the present. You'll also find a fabulous collection of objects related with the manufacture of shoes throughout history. But my favourite part is devoted to the shoes from the world. To know how were the Eskimo boots or elegant pointe-toe shoes of the Persian region. And what about those impossible shoes of Japanese geishas!
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Apartments in Prague : Life in Prague Series from The Language House TEFL

Apartments in Prague : Life in Prague Series from The Language House TEFL

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Do you need to find an apartment in Prague? Two graduates from The Language House TEFL talk about the steps and tricks needed to get an apartment in Prague. They cover using real estate agents, flat-sharing options, average prices, locations, and how to relocate yourself to your new home. If you are worried about where to stay after your TEFL certification, don't be. We offer a lot of assistance and help to get you settled. Sign up and teach abroad with us http://www.thelanguagehouse.net
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why women count | choosing life | Czech Republic

why women count | choosing life | Czech Republic

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http://www.tve.org Lawyer Marie Vodickova already looks after eight adopted children. Now she's started a network of 20 'safe houses' across the Czech Republic catering for poor and disadvantaged mothers - evicted from their homes, or escaping violent relationships - who might otherwise be forced to give up their children. After a rise in the number of abandoned babies, the Czech Republic passed a controversial law in 2005 allowing mothers to leave their new born babies anonymously in designated 'baby boxes'. Maria believes the government should instead provide more welfare centres that would help mothers bond with their children and keep their families together.
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FindiaGroup | Czech Republic

FindiaGroup | Czech Republic

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FindiaGroup is one of the largest international real estate agencies across the world, based in Sweden. We help you sell, buy, rent and promote luxury properties. Our services are available in over 123 countries. For more info go to www.findiagroup.com
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Jindřich Fremuth, O2 Czech Republic, IQRF Conference 2016

Jindřich Fremuth, O2 Czech Republic, IQRF Conference 2016

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Jindřich Fremuth from O2 Czech Republic, introduced a vision of smart homes. O2 has invited other members of the IQRF Alliance to collaborate in the area of smart homes.
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Investment Real Estate in Prague, Investment Property in Prague Czech Republic.

Investment Real Estate in Prague, Investment Property in Prague Czech Republic.

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Investment property in Prague, Czech Republic. Investment Real Estate in Prague, Czech Republic. Investmet opportunities in Prague. Investment immigration program to Schengen. http://www.ininvestment.com/ Hi, I am Ajith. Our Investment Immigration manager Mr. Karl was patient, kind, and knowledgeable. He helped us to get the apartment we've always dreamed of, with excellent price. All our papers works and immigration hassles were perfect. Now we have moved to Czech Republic, where our son is now finishing his study as a medical doctor. And in a few months we are starting our first business in Prague, a small Indian Restaurant. IN Investment , Czech company based in Prague also found us an excellent location for the restaurant, where we will invest another 250,000 USD. It was Hassle Free and Safe working with IN Investment. So See you in Prague and come to have a great Biryani at our Restaurant Resident permit in Europe. Investment immigration program to Schengen.
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Y&T Luxury Property Prague Czech Republic - Our Team

Y&T Luxury Property Prague Czech Republic - Our Team

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We are a young and developing Czech real estate company with a distinct corporate image, specialising in exclusive properties in the best locales in Prague. The Y&T Luxury Property team, comprised exclusively of women, has been providing its customers an innovative, creative, highly professional, and individualised approach to each project since 2010. We believe that every property that we not only renovate, but also include in our sale portfolio, has its story. And we are here to relay that story to the world and help clients make the right decision – after all, one should choose one’s home primarily with the heart.
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Poles attracted by cheaper real estate and lower taxes move to the Czech town of Tesin

Poles attracted by cheaper real estate and lower taxes move to the Czech town of Tesin

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The Czech town of Cesky Tesin is becoming popular among Poles who look for cheaper real-estate, lower taxes and less red tape for small firms. In the last year, Cesky Tesin residents have seen how Poles are buying and renting flats and houses and how many business are moving to the small town as well. Cesky Tesin, originally split into two parts at the border between Poland and the Czech Republic, is currently only divided by the Olza river. Piotr Wojcik, a translator, bought an office and a big flat for himself and his family only a few from the border. He sees great social benefits for his two children as health insurance and pension depends on the income in Poland and in Cesky Tesin he can pay half the sum he would pay in Poland. Wojcik says he has also experienced better and cheaper railway and bus communications. Real-estate agency owner Martina Rzeszutowa has seen a clear difference in the last year. She has sold more flats, houses and land for construction of houses to Poles from the border areas. "(For the price) of a 2 + 1 (room) classic apartment in Polish Cieszyn of 40 to 50 square meters here you can buy an 80 square meter apartment," she told Reuters. Irmina Dziadek owns a beauty salon and says she founded her business in just one day. She argues the Czech Republic is not a "tax heaven" but highlights it is less bureaucratic and therefore believes more revenue can be spent on investments without unnecessary formalities. Ceky Tesin mayor Vit Slovacek is glad about how the situation is developing as services are expanding and coexistence between Poles and Czechs is harmonious.
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