Candles for Vaclav Havel
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Panoramic photo by Vlastislav Tauterman EXPERT Taken 09:32, 31/12/2011 - Views loading...

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Candles for Vaclav Havel

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A: Saint Thomas Church

by Vlastislav Tauterman, less than 10 meters away

Saint Thomas Church

Saint Thomas Church

B: Strange Tree - Brno - Moravian Square

by Martin Kacvinský, 110 meters away

This tree would like to be a statue! :-)

Strange Tree - Brno - Moravian Square

C: Back to the St. Jacob´s Church in Brno

by Vlastislav Tauterman, 110 meters away

St. Jacob´s Church in Brno

Back to the St. Jacob´s Church in Brno

D: Saint James Church

by Vlastislav Tauterman, 120 meters away

Saint James Church in Brno

Saint James Church

E: Moravian Square - Strange Tree

by Vlastislav Tauterman, 120 meters away

Moravian Square - Strange Tree

Moravian Square - Strange Tree

F: Saint James Church

by Vlastislav Tauterman, 120 meters away

Saint James Church in Brno

Saint James Church

G: Brno - Key Sculpture - Jiri David (CZ), 2010

by Martin Kacvinský, 130 meters away

The Key Sculpture is in the shape of the word "Revoluce" (Revolution) in a DNA spiral that evkoes inc...

Brno - Key Sculpture - Jiri David (CZ), 2010

H: Charnel-house at Saint Jacob

by Vlastislav Tauterman, 140 meters away

Charnel-house at Saint Jacob

Charnel-house at Saint Jacob

I: Savoy Caffe and Aida Caffe behind the St. Jacob´s Church

by Vlastislav Tauterman, 140 meters away

Savoy Caffe and Aida Caffe in Brno, Běhounská street, behind the St. Jacob´s church

Savoy Caffe and Aida Caffe behind the St. Jacob´s Church

J: Czech Street - Brno

by Vlastislav Tauterman, 170 meters away

Czech Street - Brno

Czech Street - Brno

This panorama was taken in Brno

This is an overview of Brno

Brno is Czech's second largest city. It's a place full of peaceful country folk who drink more wine than Bohemians, their Czech friends to the west. Brno hasn't been trampled by many tourists, so it has quite a different character than the capital city, especially from the eyes of a visitor.

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