Irreligion in the Czech Republic
Irreligious viewpoints are more widely held than any religious belief in the Czech Republic. Over 60% of Czech citizens can be identified as irreligious. The Czech Republic is one of the most irreligious countries in the world.
- Czech Statistical Office
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- "Beliefs about God across Time and Countries" (PDF). Retrieved 2012-07-06.
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