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... had an access to internet for like 5 days. Yet from there I got the mobile phone number of my friend Zuzka, that lives in Brno. I found out that she`d just gotten back from Norway 2 hours before and that she was simply exhausted. I really wish I could ...
Packed up our troubles and headed off to Brno in Czech. On the way we were diverted by the Wein Buskers Festival at Karlplatz, after visiting the Wein Museum so we could leave our 4 bags with the locker lady! The museum had a fantastic collection of maps ...
... for this week. Staying in Iva's little flat was not an option. Hanka drove us around the city, the second largest in Czech at half a million, looking for digs. Found some for tonight and plan a country sojourn until Friday. Hanka will drive us out to an ...
... I would've told her how great she is, because people can always use confidence. The next day, I was in the Czech Republic's second-biggest city for my first Bratri Orffove concert. The band's eight-minute, lullabying first song began slowly ... ...
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A/k/a Brno Castle, Brno, Moravia, Czech Republic
This imposing 13th-century castle first served as a fortress and then as a prison for common criminals and opponents of the Hapsburg monarchy.
Brno, Moravia, Czech Republic
This modernist landmark is an outstanding example of the international architectural style that flourished in 1920s Europe.
Petrov Hill, Brno, Moravia, Czech Republic
This neo-Gothic cathedral is famous for the bells that always ring noon at 11 A.M., a tradition that dates back to a 1645 siege by the Swedes.
Spilberk 1, Spilberk Hill Brno, Moravia, Czech Republic
The museum tells the history of 13th-century Spilberk Castle, which until the 19th century served as a prison for common criminals as well as opponents of the Hapsburg Monarchy.