Region of south Moravia - Czech republic
REGION OF SOUTH MORAVIA
This region is very rich on architectonical monuments of all styles and is pride on cultural-historical tradition.
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Villa Tugendhat in Brno and area of Lednice-Valtice are on a list of cultural heritage of UNESCO. UNESCO is protecting also two biosferic reservations, dolní Morava and Bílé Karpaty. You can find here also the complex of caverns, including ravine of Macocha.
The town of Slavkov and the „Battle of Three Emperors“ is well know abroad. It is possible to travel to the past in the finding-place of Dolní Věstonice - we are here in the period of mammoth-hunters. The archeological places of Mikulčice are well known enough - this proves the fame and the wealth of Empire of Great Moravia.
Not only the historical monuments, but also the cordiality and hospitality of local inhabitants call the tourists. It is true that local tradition as well as folklore is living here.
The cycle paths as well as „wine-paths“ are very popular in this region. Who prefers the races,he can find the way to the popular Masaryk-Circle – the idea known in motorcycle world.
Photo: J. Štantejský
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