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Kingdom of Bohemia
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| Kingdom of Bohemia |
In God We Believe"
Bohemian Royal Family Palace
|- His Majesty The King||Haitham I|
|- Prime Minister||Rani, Grand Duke of Hesse and by Rhine|
|Established||April 22 2014|
|Area claimed||81.50 Acres / 32.98 HA|
|Currency||Bohemian Pound (BKP)|
The Kingdom of Bohemia is located in the region of Bohemia in Central Europe,(Czech Regnum Bohemiae: Cesc království;:; German Latin Königreich Böhmen). The Kingdom of Romania in the Holy Empire and the King and Prince - Elector of the empire until the election was dissolved in 1806. Many of the kings of Bohemia also holy emperors Romania. The capital Prague effective center of the Holy Empire Romania in the late 14th century, at the end of 16 and beginning of the 17th century. Of 1526, the kingdom was ruled continuously by the Habsburgs and the house of Habsburg successor Lauren.
After the disintegration of the empire Romania holy, and the area became part of the Austrian Empire's largest Habsburg, and, after the Austro-Hungarian Empire from 1867. Retain Bohemia official status as a kingdom separate, known as the land of the Crown in the Austro-Hungarian Empire and its capital Prague and one of the leading cities in the Empire . In recent years, Austria, Hungary, Bohemia was the most advanced and economically prosperous empire crown land. The Czech language (called Language Bohemian in the use of the English language until the 19th century), the main language in the diet and nobility until 1627. Then gave the German a formal footing with the Czech Republic, and ultimately prevailed as the language of diet, even Renaissance Czech National Century 19th. It was also used extensively German as the language of administration in several cities after the Germans migrated and inhabited by some areas of the country in the Horn of 13th. The use of the royal court of the Czech and Latin and German languages, depending on the ruler and the period. The current descendant to the Bohemian crown is His Majesty King Haitham I of Bohemia.
Lands of the Bohemian Kingdom
- the Margraviate of Moravia (Markrabství moravské), acquired by Přemyslid and Slavník Bohemian rulers after the 955 Battle of Lechfeld, lost in 999 to Poland and reconquered by Duke Bretislaus I in 1019/1029 (uncertain dating);
- Upper Lusatia (Horní Lužice), incorporated by Charles' father King John of Bohemia in 1319 (Bautzen Land) and 1329 (Görlitz), and Lower Lusatia (Dolní Lužice, former March of Lusatia), acquired by Charles IV from the Wittelsbach duke Otto V of Bavaria in 1367. The Habsburg emperor Ferdinand II ceded the Lusatias to the Electorate of Saxony by the 1635 Peace of Prague;
- the Duchies of Silesia (Slezsko), acquired by the 1335 Treaty of Trentschin between King John of Bohemia and King Casimir III of Poland. Queen Maria Theresa lost Silesia in 1742 to the Prussian king Frederick the Great by the Treaty of Breslau, with the exception of Austrian Silesia.
- the Duchy of Austria in 1251, the Duchy of Styria in 1261, the Egerland in 1266, the Duchy of Carinthia with the March of Carniola and the Windic March in 1269, and the March of Friuli in 1272, all acquired by the Přemyslid king Ottokar II of Bohemia and lost to Rudolph of Habsburg in the 1278 Battle on the Marchfeld;
- the northern part of the Upper Palatinate ("Bohemian Palatinate") at Sulzbach, incorporated by Charles IV in 1355. Charles' son Wenceslaus lost the area in 1400 to the Electorate of the Palatinate under King Rupert of Germany;
- the Brandenburg Electorate, acquired in 1373 by Charles IV from the Wittelsbach duke Otto V of Bavaria. Charles' son Emperor Sigismund granted Brandenburg to Frederick I of Hohenzollern in 1415.