Websites for Czech genealogical research:
http://www.mapy.cz Current maps of Cz.Rep. Zoom in on a town until the house numbers appear in map (zakladni) view, then switch to satellite (letecka) for a close up of your ancestral home.
Google Earth (maps) has street views in Czech towns, mostly along the main streets.
http://archivnimapy.cuzk.cz/cenik for village cadastral maps from 1824-43. Get map number there, then go to http://deskove-hry.110mb.com/cisarske-otisky.php/ to see the map and order if want a good & large version.
http://www.soapraha.cz the Prague archive.
http://digi.ceskearchivy.cz the state archive in Trebon, South Bohemia. This huge site is user-friendly. After examining their inventory, register to receive alerts for additions to the site.
http://vimeo.com/19248192 an ultralight ride over Trebon.
http://www.oxfordjctgenealogy.com (Small Towns) has many gen. aids for Trebon area researchers, some for n.e. Bohemia, & some for anywhere in Cz.Rep. Links include Rozmberk Society, a Trebon area resource.
http://www.genteam.at 7 ½ million entries of Austria-Hungary records.
http://matricula-online.eu Czech records. Growing website.
http://vademecum.archives.cz/vademecum/index.jsp? Opava and Olomouc (Moravia) archives.
http://FamilySearch.org for many things but Seignorial (nobility) records are like annual census of a manor’s serfs. Search, Continental Europe, Czech Republic, Trebon Seignorial/Nobility records…. Browse Records, select a manor, a volume & year, and find index of villages.
http://www.zanikleobce.cz describes villages that were destroyed for any reason.
http://czechgenealogy.blogspot.cz/P/about-me.html Czech genealogy for beginners, by Blanka Lednicka who also does gen. research.
YouTube – search The Lost World of Communism, part 2 (includes Cz.Rep.). part 1 ?
http://www.e-chalupy.cz for cottages to rent in Czech Republic.
http://www.catvusa.com current and archived Czech-American TV programs.
http://www.WRJQradio.com Czech music. JN, August 2013