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Budweis:

see České BudĕjoviceČeské Budĕjovice
, Ger. Budweis, city (1991 pop. 97,243), Czech Republic, in Bohemia, on the Vltava (Moldau) River. An important road and rail hub and river port, České Budĕjovice is famous for its breweries.
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Contrary to what had been expected, almost the entire population rejoiced at the declaration of war and joined patriotic demonstrations not only in Vienna and Budapest, but also in Prague, Pilsen, Budweis, Brno, and other major cities located in the Czech lands.
Above, The Avalon Tapestry boat; below, Cesky Krumlov, Czech Republic, Budweis, Czech Republic at night; and Nuremberg, Germany
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Budejovice (the local city) in Czech is translated as Budweis in German.
That brand is the German term for beer made in Budweis, the town now known in Czech as Budejovice, which means Anheuser-Busch is a New World upstart squatting on Budvar's brand territory.
Anheuser discovered a centuries old, refreshing light beer in the town of Budweis, Czechoslovakia and modeled his American-brewed Budweiser after it.
Budejovicky Budvar was founded in 1895 in Ceske Budejovice--called Budweis by its German-speaking population.
But Budweis happens to be the name of a Czech town that has been brewing beer for more than 700 years.
Budweis is the German name for Ceske Budejovice where beer has been made since 1265.
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