12018-12-07T11:18:20-08:00Jan Hamaradbb9b4e12a0a9cd10529d07c16b0755ad03ddfed324452The statue of Saint Wenceslas in Prague, Czech Republic depicts Wenceslaus I, Duke of Bohemia. It is installed at Wenceslas Square.plain2018-12-07T11:20:55-08:00Jan Hamaradbb9b4e12a0a9cd10529d07c16b0755ad03ddfedHis martyrdom and the popularity of several biographies gave rise to a reputation for heroic virtue that resulted in his elevation to sainthood. He was posthumously declared to be a king and came to be seen as the patron saint of the Czech state.
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12018-12-07T11:14:33-08:00Jan Hamaradbb9b4e12a0a9cd10529d07c16b0755ad03ddfedArchival photo of the announcement of the creation of Czechoslovakia3This photo shows the announcement of the creation of Czechoslovakia to the masses at Vaclavske Namestie in Prague on 28 October 1918media/image-3.jpgplain2018-12-11T15:47:06-08:00Jan Hamaradbb9b4e12a0a9cd10529d07c16b0755ad03ddfed
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12018-12-07T11:20:46-08:00Jan Hamaradbb9b4e12a0a9cd10529d07c16b0755ad03ddfedMajor cultural symbols in the history of CzechoslovakiaJan Hamara1This page will discuss several symbols, locations, items, that were crucial cultural representation of the history of Czechoslovakiaplain2018-12-07T11:20:47-08:00Jan Hamaradbb9b4e12a0a9cd10529d07c16b0755ad03ddfed