Moravia Sights

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Pražákův palác

  • Museum/Gallery

The largest collection of modern and contemporary Czech art outside of Prague lines the walls of this handsome, 19th-century neo-Renaissance...


  • Government Building

Olomouc's central square is marked by the bright, spire-bedecked Renaissance town hall with its 220-foot tower. The tower was constructed...

Rear Synagogue

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

The Rear Synagogue has an exhibition of Jewish religious items and a wooden model of the ghetto as it was in the 1800s. A touch screen...

Románský biskupský palace

  • Museum/Gallery

Next to the Cathedral of St. Wenceslas is a complex of buildings that for centuries were the center of the archdiocese. The oldest, commonly...

Stará radnice

  • Government Building

The oldest secular building in Brno exhibits an important Gothic portal. This door is the work of Anton Pilgram, architect of Vienna's...

Statní zámek Telč

  • Castle/Palace/Chateau

Credit the Italians for transforming this château from a Gothic castle into a refined Renaissance château. Grouped in a complex with...

Uměleckoprůmyslové muzeum

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Arts and crafts shine in this museum, which is without a doubt the Czech Republic's best venue to see applied arts. It has an assemblage...

Villa Tugendhat

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Designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and completed in 1930, this austere, white Bauhaus villa counts among the most important works of...

Zelný trh

  • Fountain

Only in this Cabbage Market could Brno begin to look like a typical Czech town—not just for the many stands from which farmers still...

Židovská čtvrt'

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A spiraling maze of winding streets, the Jewish Quarter has two synagogues and other buildings formerly used by the town's Jewish community...


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