This nation of 10 million was formed after the fall of Communism (1989), when Czechoslovakia split into Slovakia and the Czech Republic in 1993. A landlocked state, it borders on Germany, Poland, Austria, and Slovakia.
Approximately 53% claim to be Christian, while the rest of the nation is essentially non-religious.
Per capita GDP is around $4300 (The Economist, 2003).
I will visit the capital city, Prague, on the last day of November, and ask that you remember me in prayer.
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