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Jewish Brno

Discover Jewish Brno with a UNESCO touch

The capital of Moravia was always a cultural melting pot and from the 13th century onwards a Jewish community began to settle in the city. Today you can trace the history of Brno’s Jews, see the only synagogue to have survived and view the Jewish cemetery. Also one of the finest examples of modern architecture, and a UNESCO world cultural heritage site, awaits you here, commissioned by a Jewish couple, the Tugendhats.

More info

For more information please contact: Tourist Information Centre of the Jewish Community
Brno, Nezamyslova 27
+420544526737
tic@jewishbrno.eu
www.jewishbrno.eu

Jun 16, 2016Oct 30, 2016

Brno

Let yourself be drawn into the events surrounding the Biennale and travel around Brno on the special Design Tram!
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Brno

Christmas markets, which evoke the true spirit of Christmas on the streets of Brno, can be found in several locations.
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Slavkov u Brna

The Battle of Austerlitz is annually recalled in a reenactment and a tour of the château with Napoleon and Mass.
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Accommodation

Hotel Sladovna

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Termal Mušov

Moravia and Silesia
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U Kapličky winery

Moravia and Silesia
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Šiklův mlýn Wild West Town

Moravia and Silesia
For all those Wild West fans and lovers of anything American from the late 19th century, a visit to the Wild Wes...