The Czech government has decided that they don't want to call their country the Czech Republic anymore, although they will not take steps to change anything official in the EU documents.
However, henceforth English speakers are supposed to call the country Czechia, French speakers Tchéquie, German speakers Tschechien, Spanish speakers Chequia, etc. As for the Czechs themselves, they have always called their country Cesko.
Anyport has had 1,013 visitors from Czechia since 2009.
See? The new name will eliminate all of the lame jokes.
(Just for the record, the Lorraine/Alsace region used to be called Austrasie in Merovingian times -6th century- and that name nearly returned as "Nouvelle Austrasie" when the regions were merged this year, but luckily we people of the region voted for Grand Est instead in the referendum, so you can also say goodbye to the former regions of Alsace, Lorraine, Champagne and Ardennes in France. Maybe only for 50 or 100 years, of course until the next change.)