Czech Republic

10 Stops at the Technical Route in the Moravian-Silesian Region

Technotrasa

It is no longer true that the most popular tourist attractions include only castles, palaces or cathedrals. I was convinced of that during my recent trip to the neighbouring Czech Republic. I remembered the map of Czechoslovakia which once hung… (READ MORE)

Buchlovice – A Baroque Pearl in East Moravia

Buchlovice

The castle of Buchlovice was built in 1707 as a copy of an Italian baroque villa. Originally, it had belonged to the Petřwald dynasty, later it became the property of the Berchtolds. The complex consists of two opposite buildings, there… (READ MORE)

Hradshin Castle of Ostrava

Once upon a time, when people had burnt wood to heat up, a blacksmith lived in this region. When a tree in his garden dried out, he called up two workers to dig the tree out. Doing this work, they… (READ MORE)

Modrá in East Moravia for Children and Adults

Východná Morava – Modrá

Modrá (means Blue) is a small village near Uherské Hradiště in East Moravia (Czech Republic) with just about 700 inhabitants. Although the village is small, they realized two big projects which attract thousands of both young and old visitors every… (READ MORE)

Ears – A Specialty from Štramberk (Czech Republic)

Uši – špecialita zo Štramberka

Štramberk is a small town in the Moravian-Silesian Region. When we arrived there, the weather was not nice at all, it was raining and the famous landmark of the town was hiding in the fog. It is a castle from… (READ MORE)

Marlenka – A Sweet Temptation from Armenia Made in the Czech Republic

Marlenka

The very first coffee house in Vienna was opened by Johannes Diodato, an Armenian merchant, in 1865. Similarly, the citizens of Prague were taught to drink coffee by his compatriot Georgius Deodatus in the 17th C. It is said that… (READ MORE)

Sigmund Freud and his couch

Sigmund Freud dom

We know that Sigmund Freud spent almost his whole life in Vienna. We know that the Nazis burned his books in Berlin in 1933. He said: “What a progress we are making! In the Middle Ages they would have burned… (READ MORE)

Christmas all year long

Vianoce

We are living in a hasty time. I am angry when already they start to sell Christmas decorations in the beginning of October as if somebody would like to make our lives even faster… But I know a place where… (READ MORE)

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