Czechia is a land-locked country bordered by 4 neighbouring nations, with a terrestrial area of nearly 79,000km². The western region of Bohemia is characterised by the presence of the Elbe and Vltava rivers, surrounded by low mountains, while the eastern region of Moravia consists of low-lying hills and is drained by the Morava River. The highest peak in Czechia is Sněžka, standing at 1,603m. The country has a population of 10.7 million people, resulting in a population density of 129 people per km².


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