Czech Centre Izhevsk

The Czech Centre is situated in the city Izhevsk (in Russian Иже́вск, in Udmurtian Ижкар), which is located in the east of European part of Russia. Izhevsk is capital of Udmurtia and it has 630 000 inhabitants. The city was established in 1760 as a settlement for foundry workers under name Izhevskij Zavod. In 1807 there was founded an arms factory, which has contributed to the city development especially during the Second World War and afterwards. The tradition of armaments industry continues till today, Izhevsk is a cradle of legendary AK 47 - Kalashnikov.

The Czech Centre has been opened on 19th October 2009; it is focused on Czech language education and Czech culture promotion. It is situated at Izhevsk State Technical University, which provides majority of language courses visitors.

How to find us:

  Centre address:

  Kryštof Bachmann

  The Czech Centre
  5 corpus ISTU
  30 let Pobedy 2
  Izhevsk 46002




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