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City in the South Moravian Region of the Czech Republic. Wikipedia

  • Of the history of the city of Brno, Moravia, Czech Republic. This article incorporates information from the Czech Wikipedia and German Wikipedia. Wikipedia

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    • The Supreme Court and the Supreme Administrative Court are both based in Brno, as is the Supreme Public Prosecutor's Office.Czech Republic-Wikipedia
    • The first train travelled from Vienna to Lundenburg (Břeclav) on 6 June 1839 and one month later between the imperial capital in Vienna and the capital of Moravia Brünn (Brno) on 7 July.Austria-Hungary-Wikipedia
    • Mahen Theatre in Brno (in what is now the Czech Republic), opened in 1882, and was the first public building in the world to use Edison's electric lamps.Thomas Edison-Wikipedia
    • The motorway system provides direct access to Brno in the Czech Republic, Vienna in Austria, Budapest in Hungary, Trnava and other points in Slovakia.Bratislava-Wikipedia
    • It was decided that the Austrian government was too hostile to communism, so the Politburo travelled to Brno in Czechoslovakia, and Tito accompanied them.Josip Broz Tito-Wikipedia
    • Throughout the Přemyslid era, junior princes often ruled all or part of Moravia from Olomouc, Brno or Znojmo, with varying degrees of autonomy from the ruler of Bohemia.Moravia-Wikipedia

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