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Time in the Czech Republic

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Time in the Czech Republic

Time in the Czech Republic is Central European Time (Středoevropský čas:, SEC UTC+01:00) and Central European Summer Time (Středoevropský letní čas:, SLC UTC+02:00). Daylight saving time is observed from the last Sunday in March (2:00 CET) to the last Sunday in October (3:00 CEST). The Czech republic has observed Central European Time since 1979. Until 1993 when Czechoslovakia was separated into the Czech Republic and Slovakia, they also had Central European Time and Central European Summer Time. After the summer months, time in the Czech Republic is shifted back by one hour to Central European Time.[1] Like most states in Europe, Summer time (daylight saving time) is observed in the Czech Republic, when time is shifted forward by one hour, two hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time.


Main article: Date and time notation in the Czech Republic

IANA time zone database

In the IANA time zone database the republic is covered by Europe/Prague.

See also


External links

  • Looking for the current time in the Czech Republic?
  • Time zone and daylight saving time for Czech Republic
  • Current local time in Czech Republic
  • Welcome to the Czech Republic - Time zone

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