The orange Trabant is one symbol of the technical sophistication of Sovietized Europe and the fall of the Berlin Wall; photographs of the events of November 1989 also commemorate those times.
Come with us to celebrate the return of freedom to the Moravian metropolis and remember what happened in November 1989.
Interesting places nearby
Old City Prison (Bývalá Káznice na Cejlu)
This building in Cejl Street served as a prison from 1784 to 1956
Mint Master’s Cellar (Mincmistrovský sklep)
A lesson on the history of minting is presented in a cellar
Labyrinth Under the Vegetable Market (Labyrint pod Zelným trhem)
Just 212 steps down to enter the labyrinth’s winding passages
Ossuary at the Church of St James (Kostnice u sv. Jakuba)
After Paris, Brno has the second-largest ossuary in Europe
This vast complex is situated atop a hill of the same name
Tourist Information – Panenská Street
An information centre in the Domini Park parking structure