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Moravian Museum (Moravske Zemske Muzeum)

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Zelny trh 299/6, Brno 602 00, Czech Republic
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Reviewed 25 April 2018

It is the 2nd largest and 2nd oldest museum in the Czech Republic that lies in the heart of the square of the old town

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Reviewed 27 June 2017

This museum concentrates on the pre-history and geology of the Czech Republic, especially Moravia.Take a Czech speaker with you, all the exhibits are in Czech! The exhibits are excellently done, with a good depth of explanation

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Reviewed 7 January 2017 via mobile

It is a nice museum but unfortunately exhibitions have no English explanation at all. In such a tourist attraction English language is a necessity as it is the international language for most foreign tourists. Unfortunately we suffered understanding about the story and history behind the...More

Thank Faisal_Al_Kooheji
Reviewed 23 July 2016

It may not be flash and modern, but this place is LOADED, from vast amounts of excavation finds, walls and walls of rocks and minerals to sliced polished meteorites. Fossils and STUFF lots of STUFF. And a very, very nice selection in the blink and...More

Thank IainShsron
Reviewed 14 February 2016

The exhibition was well laid out and contained different exhibits of pre history and Roman times. All the exhibits has only Czech language details, as I was with a Czech speaker who could tell me about the exhibits is was fine, Had I been alone...More

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Reviewed 25 July 2015

The Dietrichstein Palace constructed in the 17th century used to serve as the residence of cardinal František Dietrichstein. Since 1911 it has been housing exhibitions and after a vast renovation the 1980s the building attracts the highest amount of visitors comparing facilities of the Moravian...More

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Reviewed 9 July 2015

Was present for the scientific opening of the Mendelianum in Brno. This is the new major section of the Moravian Museum. It interprets the work of Gregor Mendel with regard to the culture and political milieu of Brno/central Moravia. It includes excellent hands-on activities for...More

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