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  1. Prague - Wikipedia

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    Prague. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Prague. Prague (Praha) hem i kapital blong Czechia ...

  2. Prague - Wikipedia

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    Ko Prague (cz: Praha) te tāone matua o Tīekia. E 1,249,026 te taupori i te 2009. E 496 km² tōna rahinga whenua. Hoto ki waho. www.praha.eu He maramara noa ...

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    Prague (Praha) nye Czechia enye. Eƒe dukɔmenɔlawo ƒe xexlẽme ɖo 1,280,508 lɔƒo (2016). Eƒe dukɔmenɔlawo ƒe xexlẽme ɖo 1,280,508 lɔƒo (2016). Nya siawo ƒe tsoƒe [ trɔ asi le eŋu | trɔ asi le etsoƒe ŋu ]

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    Prague to Praha kele mbanza ya kimfumu ya République tchèque ...

  5. Prague — Wikipedia

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    Prague (cz. Praha) laamorde (kapital) leydi Cekiya. Labe no jogii hannde 1.267.449 (2015) yimɓe. Yimɓe. Awril 1378 1500 1610 1798 1880 1930 1961 1980 1995 2005 ...

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    Prague is tevens de Engelse benaming voor de stad Praag in Tsjechië Bekijk alle artikelen waarvan de titel begint met Prague of met Prague in de titel . Dit is een doorverwijspagina , bedoeld om de verschillen in betekenis of gebruik van Prague inzichtelijk te maken.

  7. Prague – Wikipedia

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    Prague ist . die englische und französische Schreibweise der tschechischen Hauptstadt Prag; eine Stadt in Arkansas, siehe: Prague (Arkansas) eine Stadt in Nebraska, siehe: Prague (Nebraska)

  8. Antonín Dvořák - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Prague May 1 1904) was a Czech composer. Along with Smetana and Janáček, Dvorak is one of three famous composers who wrote nationalist Czech music. He wrote chamber music including several string quartets, piano music, songs, operas, oratorios and nine symphonies.

  9. Praga - Wikipedia

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    Praga (AFI: /ˈpraːɡa/; in ceco Praha ascolta [?·info] [ˈpraɦa], in tedesco Prag) è la capitale (dal 1993) e la più grande città della Repubblica Ceca.Centro politico e culturale della Boemia e dello Stato ceco per oltre 1 100 anni, tra il XIV e il XV secolo fu anche capitale del Sacro Romano Impero.

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    W Pradze, w latach 1992–1998 i 2005-2010, rozgrywany był kobiecy turniej tenisowy, ECM Prague Open. Urodzeni w Pradze Pomnik króla ...