BRNO is the second largest city in the Czech republic, located in the southeast of the country and has about 400,000 inhabitants.
Brno is a university town. The city has five public universities with twenty-seven faculties and six private universities. The number of students exceeds 80,000.
Brno is located in the southeastern part of the country, at the confluence of the Svitava and Svratka rivers.
Brno is a statutory city. It is divided into 29 city districts. The supreme body is the city council. The mayor is Roman Onderka.
Brno represents the centre of the province of Moravia, one of the historic lands of the Bohemian Crown.
M onuments in Brno
In Brno Each year the festival of entertainment Brno - City in the middle of Europe takes place , which includes fireworks as well as some notable sporting events (Brno Grand Prix of road motorcycles).
Brno is situated near the beautiful abyss Macocha.
Brno prides itself with many notable historic sites that show evidence of its rich cultural history.
The most important example of modern architecture in Brno is The Tugendhat Villa - a historic villa inscribed on the UNESCO's World Cultural Heritage List.
Brno offers many possibilities of cultural enjoyment in theatres, museums, cinemas and clubs.