Uherské hradiště foto

Moravian Slovakia

When you come to Moravian Slovakia, you may find yourself among the archeological sites from the era of the Great Moravian Empire, or you can admire the majesty of Buchlov Castle and the grandeur of nearby Buchlovice Chateau, or stand in awe before the basilica at Velehrad, an important pilgrimage destination – or you may enjoy yourself at one of the area’s many wine cellars. On bicycle or walking you may discover the picturesque region of Jan Amos Komenius, the beech forests and flowery meadows of the White Carpathians, or the rocky bluffs of the Chřiby Hills.

Uherské Hradiště

The town of Uherské Hradiště lies on the left bank of the Morava River between the Chřiby Hills and the White Carpathians, and is one of the main centers of the Moravian Slovakia region. The town boas...
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Uherské Hradiště Urban Monument Zone

The Urban Monument Zone in Uherské Hradiště was declared in 1990, and includes the surviving medieval layout of the town, with two large squares, connected by a street with the Town Hall and a set of ...
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Sulphur spa at Ostrožská Nová Ves

The spa offers therapy based on the sulphur springs, as well as complete electro-therapy, and individual and special rehabilitation care. The healing waters benefit not only the motor apparatus, but a...
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White Carpathians

The White Carpathian Mountains, which lie along the border with the Republic of Slovakia, are famous for being the territory with the greatest diversity and number of orchid species in Central Europe....
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Buchlovice Chateau

The chateau was built in the Italian Baroque style around the turn of the 17th and 18th centuries. Its architectural style approaches that of the Baroque Italian villas of Carlo Fontana. The chateau i...
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Castle Buchlov

This important royal castle stands on one of the highest peaks of the Chřiby Hills, high above the village of Buchlovice; it had a special hunters’ court and special hunting laws.  Its orig...
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Baťa Canal

The Baťa Canal is a unique technical monument – and a functioning watercourse. It is 52 km long, and runs between Otrokovice and Sudoměřice. Part of the route (26 km) runs along the course of th...
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