Tomáš Štítný ze Štítného (c. 1333 – 1401/1409) was a Czech nobleman, writer, theologian, translator, and Christian preacher. He was one of the leading figures of the early Czech Reformation, writing and translating Christian tracts for the benefit of the nobility, to assist in wise governance. The Klementinum Codex, a major work, is a collection of some of the essentials necessary for Christian practice and the needs of daily life. He also wrote parables for ordinary people and works purely for entertainment. There is a bronze bust of Tomas Stitny in the pantheon of the National Museum of Prague.
The Czechs or the Czech people, are a West Slavic ethnic group and a nation native to the Czech Republic in Central Europe, who share a common ancestry, culture, history, and Czech language.
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Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk, sometimes anglicised to Thomas Masaryk, was a Czechoslovak politician, statesman, sociologist and philosopher.
Zlín is a city in southeastern Moravia in the Czech Republic, the seat of the Zlín Region, on the Dřevnice river. The development of the modern city is closely connected to the Bata Shoes company and its social scheme, developed after the First World War. From 1949 to 1990, the city was renamed Gottwaldov.
The President of the Czech Republic is the elected formal head of state of the Czech Republic and the commander-in-chief of the Military of the Czech Republic. Unlike counterparts in other Central European countries such as Austria and Hungary, who are generally considered figureheads, the Czech president has a considerable role in political affairs. Because many powers can only be exercised with the signatures of both the President and the Prime Minister of the Czech Republic, responsibility over some political issues is effectively shared between the two offices.
Petr Chelčický was a Czech Christian spiritual leader and author in the 15th century Bohemia. He was one of the most influential thinkers of the Bohemian Reformation.
The Unbearable Lightness of Being is a 1984 novel by Milan Kundera, about two women, two men, a dog and their lives in the 1968 Prague Spring period of Czechoslovak history. Although written in 1982, the novel was not published until two years later, in a French translation. The original Czech text was published the following year.
Tomáš Halík is a Czech Roman Catholic priest, philosopher, and theologian. He is a professor of Sociology at the Charles University in Prague, pastor of the Academic Parish by St. Salvator Church in Prague, and president of the Czech Christian Academy. Since 1989, he has lectured at a number of universities and international scientific conferences in Europe, the United States, Asia, Australia, Canada, and Southern Africa. He was also a visiting professor at Oxford University, Cambridge University and Harvard University.
Tomáš Ujfaluši is a Czech retired footballer. He operated as either a central defender or a right back.
Tomáš Galásek is a Czech former football player and current manager. He was a holding midfielder who was also strong as a centre-back.
Jakob Hlasek is a former professional tennis player from Switzerland of Czech origin.
Tomáš Řepka is a Czech retired professional football defender. He has played for Baník Ostrava, Sparta Prague, Fiorentina, West Ham United and České Budějovice.
Tomáš Sivok is a Czech professional footballer who plays as a centre-back for Israeli club Maccabi Petah Tikva in Israeli Premier League. He made his debut for the Czech national team on 3 September 2005. His primary position is defender but he can play in midfield.
The Czechoslovak Hussite Church is a Christian church that separated from the Catholic Church after World War I in former Czechoslovakia.
Tomáš Verner is a Czech figure skater. He is the 2008 European champion, a medalist at two other European Championships, and a ten-time Czech national champion. He has won six senior Grand Prix medals, including the 2010 Cup of Russia title.
The Unbearable Lightness of Being is a 1988 American film adaptation of the novel of the same name by Milan Kundera, published in 1984. Director Philip Kaufman and screenwriter Jean-Claude Carrière portray the effect on Czechoslovak artistic and intellectual life during the 1968 Prague Spring of socialist liberalization preceding the invasion by the Soviet-led Warsaw Pact that ushered in a period of communist repression. It portrays the moral, political, and psycho-sexual consequences for three bohemian friends: a surgeon, and two female artists with whom he has a sexual relationship.
Tomáš Pekhart is a Czech footballer who plays as a striker for Spanish club UD Las Palmas. He has represented the Czech Republic at both junior and senior level.
Tomáš Necid is a Czech professional footballer who plays as a striker in the Netherlands for ADO Den Haag, and the Czech Republic national team.
The Kingdom of Wallachia, named after the region of Moravian Wallachia, is a tongue-in-cheek micronation that was founded in 1997 by the photographer Tomáš Harabiš as an "elaborate practical joke". The location is in the northeast corner of the Czech Republic, 230 miles from Prague. Since foundation a reported 80,000 Czech citizens have acquired "Wallachian Passports".
Tomáš Rosický is a Czech former professional footballer who was the captain of the Czech Republic national team for a ten-year period. He played club football for Sparta Prague, Borussia Dortmund and Arsenal. He was nicknamed "the little Mozart" for his ability to "orchestrate" the midfield.
Tomáš Satoranský is a Czech professional basketball player for the Washington Wizards of the National Basketball Association (NBA). Standing at 6 ft 7 in (2.01 m), he plays at the point guard position.
The statue of Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk is a bronze sculpture installed at Prague Castle in Prague, Czech Republic.