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Brno for ıtec plot

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My students' presantation abour Brno.

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Brno for ıtec plot

  1. 1. BRNO CITY
  2. 2. Church of Saint Thomas and the Annunciation on Moravian square.
  3. 3. The most interesting places in Brno are the Brno Underground, a labyrinth of cellars including the second biggest ossuary in Europe (after the Catacombs of Paris), the two (or three) castles in Brno, the cathedral on the Petrov hill (pope Benedikt XVI. visited the cathedral in 2009), the Basilica of the Assumption of Our Lady in the Old Brno District, the St. Jacob's Church, the Moravian Museum, Lužánky Park which is the oldest public park in the country, Denis Gardens, and various historical squares, churches, and palaces.
  4. 4. Brno university
  5. 5. . For some reason, Brno is not well discovered by tourists so you can easily avoid crowds of tourists and overpriced services. Brno is a cultural hub of Moravia, it is a home to a number of notable Moravian institutions, e.g. Moravian Gallery, Moravian Museum, National Theatre Brno, Brno City Theatre, etc. It is a city with a long tradition in motor racing (on the Masaryk Circuit), huge exhibitions and trade fairs (in the Central European Exhibition Center), and as a vibrant university city. There are around 89,000 university students in Brno, a city with 380,000 inhabitants, it makes it the country's largest student city by percentage of population. Since 1998, an international firework competition has been held annually every year at the turn of May and June - Ignis Brunensis with 100,000-200,000 visitors a year
  6. 6. Buildings on Konečného náměstí (Veveri street).
  7. 7. . There are also other places outside the city centre which are worth visiting, e.g. the old Jewish cemetery in Brno-Židenice (the biggest one in Moravia), or the Marian Valley in Brno- Líšeň, it is which is a cascade of lakes between forested hills. From the north, Brno is surrounded by hills and very pleasant nature, probably the most notable place is the Moravian Karst. Brno lost its status of the capital city but it still behaves like a "cosmopolitan" capital, there is a rich variety of various cultural events, clubs, pubs, etc., and several excellent museums and theatres. Also there are two interesting things about theatres in Brno, Reduta Theatre is the oldest theatre building in Central Europe, and Mahen Theatre (part of the National Theatre Brno) is the first theatre in the entire Europe which was illuminated by Thomas Edison's electric light bulbs (in that time, it was only four years old invention). Brno also serves as the capital of judicial authority of the Czech
  8. 8. Denis Gardens
  9. 9. The city was founded about 1000 years ago, it received city status in the year 1243, and for centuries it served as the capital city of Moravia, until 1948 when communists abolished autonomy of Moravia. The city flourished mainly during the 19th century. Today's Brno is a mixture of many different architecture styles, there are many beautiful places as well as many terrible places (it's quite common in Eastern Europe). But still, it is a home to great culture, and countless beautiful buildings, the city has the the second largest historic preservation zone in the country (the biggest one is inPrague, the 3rd one is in Olomouc). There are three castles, Špilberk (former royal castle, and former seat of rulers of Moravia), Veveří castle (near the Brno Lake), and the Líšeň Castle.
  10. 10. Brno (German: Brünn, Štatl in the local dialect) [1] is the major city of Moravia (a historical region in theCzech Republic). It is the largest city in Moravia, the second largest city in the Czech Republic by population and area. It was founded around year 1000; and since 14th century, the city served as the capital of Moravia. Brno is the heard of Moravia and its cultural hub, it's home to many institutions related to Moravian history and culture. At the same time, Brno represents the administrative center of South Moravian region. It has population around 380,000 people, and it's located in beautiful natural environment between South Moravian vineyards and the Moravian Karst.
  11. 11. Also there are two interesting things about theatres in Brno, Reduta Theatre is the oldest theatre building in Central Europe, and Mahen Theatre (part of the National Theatre Brno) is the first theatre in the entire Europe which was illuminated by Thomas Edison's electric light bulbs (in that time, it was only four years old invention). Brno also serves as the capital of judicial authority of the Czech Republic (it's the seat of the Constitutional Court, the Supreme Court, the Supreme Administrative Court) as well as many other state authorities, the rest of it is located in Prague.

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