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Difference between revisions of "North Moravia"

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'''North Moravia''' is a region of the [[Czech Republic]]. It includes a small part of the historical region known as '''Czech Silesia'''.
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'''North Moravia''' is a region of the [[Czech Republic]].
  
 
==Cities==
 
==Cities==
 
* [[Český Těšín]]
 
* [[Jeseník]]
 
* [[Karviná]]
 
 
* [[Olomouc]] {{-}} vibrant university town with the impressive Plague Column; has the second largest historical centre in the Czech Republic
 
* [[Olomouc]] {{-}} vibrant university town with the impressive Plague Column; has the second largest historical centre in the Czech Republic
* [[Opava]] {{-}} the former capital of Czech Silesia
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* [[Ostrava]] {{-}} largest city, partly in Czech Silesia
* [[Ostrava]] {{-}} largest city in Czech Silesia
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* [[Prostějov]]{{-}} known as "Haná Jerusalem" because of the large Jewish community which lived there before WWII
 
* [[Prostějov]]{{-}} known as "Haná Jerusalem" because of the large Jewish community which lived there before WWII
* [[Zlaté Hory]]
 
 
* [[Litovel]]
 
* [[Litovel]]
  

Revision as of 19:03, 16 July 2012

North Moravia is a region of the Czech Republic.

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  • Olomouc — vibrant university town with the impressive Plague Column; has the second largest historical centre in the Czech Republic
  • Ostrava — largest city, partly in Czech Silesia
  • Prostějov— known as "Haná Jerusalem" because of the large Jewish community which lived there before WWII
  • Litovel

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