Although for a time assimilated into the neighboring Moravian Empire, Bohemia emerged as the stronger power and absorbed Moravia in the eleventh century.
Under its ruling dynasty, the Přemsylides, Bohemia became Christian in the ninth century and a member of the Holy Roman Empire in the eleventh century, led by the German kings but retaining its own monarchy.
The majority of Czechs (39.2 percent) are Roman Catholic, with a smaller number (4.1 percent) adhering to Protestant denominations. The capital city, Prague, preserves one of the oldest and richest architectural traditions in Europe, with many buildings, such as the Romanesque Church of St. Masaryk, consists of a blue triangle on a rectilinear background of white and red.
The Czechs are a Slavic people, closely related to the Slovaks in speech and custom, but with a distinct history and national identity.
Just south of Colonial Drive on OBT Denny's near the malls and downtown is now gone. 3 Sons laundromat on Edgewater -- it was next to Publix before they expanded. And at Kit Kat Club you'd get a free beer glass on your birthday, sniff, sniff....
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There are other religious traditions in which religion and politics are differently perceived, and in which, therefore, the problems and the possible solutions are radically different from those we know in the West.
Most of these traditions, despite their often very high level of sophistication and achievement, remained or became local—limited to one region or one culture or one people.