Brno is the second largest city in the Czech Republic and the largest city in Moravia. Brno is also the administrative center of the South Moravian Region. Its population is around 400 thousand. Brno offers almost countless amount of cultural opportunities, such as many theatres and various museums, galleries, libraries, cinemas, but also two interesting...Read More
Velehrad is a village in Zlín Region, 6 kilometres away from Uherské Hradiště. The population there is around 1,3 thousand. One of the most important places of pilgrimage in the Czech Republic is located here. According to the lore, Velehrad used to be the capital of Great Moravia. This assumption was however not confirmed. There...Read More
Mikulov is a town in South Moravia. Situated on the periphery of Pálava, Mikulov is surrounded by loads of vineyards. Splendid baroque castle dominates the town and is a residence to the regional museum. The museum offers the largest exposition of Czech viniculture and viticulture and the unique giant wine barrel, one of the largest...Read More
Lednice-Valtice Cultural Landscape is with the size of 283 square kilometers the largest European cultural-natural complex. Located near Břeclav in the South Moravian Region, not far from Austrian borders, it consists of two monumental chateaux surrounded by splendid gardens (Lednice and Valtice), beautiful hunting lodges, gorgeous small buildings and unforgettable lookouts. The complex is registered...Read More
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