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    • Where we live?
    • Kobylnice – Klaudie Bílá
      • Kobylnice is a small village near Brno in South Moravia.
      • It has around 1,000 inhabitants.
      • Kobylnice developed from previous titles Kobylníky or Kobelnice It became Kobylnice on 16 March 1939.
      • The first mention of the village dates from about the 1306th.
      • Kobylnice are very beautiful little village with a rich history and beautiful natural surroundings.
    • Kobylnice
    • Želetice – Hana Kučerová
      • Želetice is a small village in South Moravia, which is surrounded by forests.
      • It is located near the town of Hodonin.
      • It has probably around 600 inhabitants.
      • There is a beautiful countryside and protected areas.
      • Operates with the breeding of fallow deer, which are highly protected animals.
    • Želetice
    • Čebín – Edita Ostřížková
      • Čebín village lies 20 km from Brno.
      • Čebín is home to some 1600 people.
      • In Čebín is St. George's Cathedral, Tower and a beautiful natural amphitheater.
      • Volunteer firemen have a rich history in the village they were recognized in 1880.
      • In Čebín is also a sports facility offering Eagle and Falcon sports.
    • Čebín
    • Ivančice – Andrea Kašparovská
      • Ivančice is home to some 9200 people.
      • From Ivančicie comes a painter Alfons Mucha and actor Vladimír Menšík. In the Czech Republic they are very well-known personalities.
      • Ivančice has beautiful countryside, rivers, ponds and trails for cyclists.
    • Ivančice
    • Blansko – Lucie Dandová
      • Blansko was established as a settlement (the Old Blansko) at the right bank of the Svitava River. The first written trace about the town dates back to 1141, when the name Blansko appears in the document of Henry Zdik, the bishop of Olomouc as the part of the Olomouc fief.
      • Today, Blansko has about 22000 inhabitants, it is a gateway to the Moravian Karst - a complex of caves opened to public. The main attraction of the Moravian Karst is the Macocha abyss with the depth of 138 m.The Moravian Karst belongs to the most important karst areas in the central Europe. It consists of strongly karsted devon limestones.
      • Blansko is an industrial town that is specialised on the production of water turbines, grey cast iron, electrical measuring instruments and polygraphicindustry appliances.
    • Blansko
    • Lelekovice – Petra Lespuchová
      • L elekovice is a village in Brno-Country District, South Moravian Region, Czech republic. It has a population of 1,571 (2006 est.). In Lelekovice are two shops with foodstuffs, school and day-care center. Also we can find here a great pizza restaurant, one of the best restaurant with pizza in Brno and two pubs where you can drink, smoke and eat. Lelekovice have beautiful scenery, because they are located in the middle of the forest. There's a nice pond and lookout for tourists.
      • Attractions:
      • The asteroid 167208 Lelekovice was named in its honour on the occasion of the 720th anniversary of its founding, by the co-discoverer Kamil Hornoch, whose birthplace is Lelekovice.
    • Lelekovice
    • Kovalovice – Mirka Vartová
      • Kovalovice village is situated in Brno-Country district, South Moravian region.
      • A population is around 620 inhabitants.
      • People who will come to our community here can enjoy bathing in the natural habitat and also visit the sports grounds, pubs, or just look at nature.
    • Kovalovice
    • Boskovice – Kristýna Zárubová
      • Boskovice – The Town of the 7-Tooth Bomb
      • The town of Boskovice you will find just a short distance from Brno, nestled in beautiful countryside.
      • It is located in a beautiful valley called Boskovická brázda.
      • There are about 11 000 people.
      • It is an ideal combination of historic monuments and great entertainment. There are a medieval castle, chateau, Jewish town and several parks.
      • The surroundings of Boskovice are full of hiking and cycling trails where you can rest.
      • The people are very friendly and there is a lot for people to do.
      • There isn´t a lot of pollution. Boskovice is an exciting place to live.
    • Boskovice
    • Neslovice – Marcela Mayringerová
      • Neslovice village is situated about nineteen kilometers southwest of Brno city center and five miles north of Ivančice.
      • There live just 860 inhabitants here.
      • Neslovice lies at an average height of 338 meters above sea .
      • Here are a few monuments : Baroque Church of the Nativity of the Virgin Mary , Classicist chapel. Gotthard and Florian . Each year there are held firemen races and rosemary feast .
      • T here is a relaxed atmosphere . E veryone here knows everyone, and I like it .
      • It is a small village, but there is a beautiful scenery I love it here.
    • Neslovice
    • Ostrov u Macochy – Martina Petrová
      • The township Ostrov u Macochy is located in district Blansko in Moravian karst.
      • The population is about 1100 people.
      • Every year here are local events, for example carnival and balls.
      • Our small country in Moravian Carst is very a beautiful area in which I grew up.
      • The most popular tourist atraction is Macocha Abbys which is about 2 or 3 kilometers far from Ostrov and it is 138 meters deep. If you look down, you see Punkva caves.
      • In Ostrov is primary school where I went for nine years
    • Ostrov u Macochy