A report on Ostrava and Leoš Janáček

Janáček with his wife Zdenka, in 1881 
Leos Janacek signature.svg
The school in Hukvaldy, Janáček's birth house
Self-governing districts of Ostrava
Former organ school in Brno. Janáček lived in a small house in the garden of the villa. His garden house is today's Leoš Janáček Memorial.
Cadastral areas of Ostrava
The only preserved page of the autograph manuscript of Janáček's Jenůfa
City logo
Kamila Stösslová with her son Otto in 1917
The Church of St. Wenceslaus, one of the oldest and most important monuments of Ostrava
Janáček's grave, in Brno
Marian Column (1702) at Masaryk Square
Olga Janáčková
The Sophienhütte ironworks, c. 1910
Janáček collecting folksongs on 19 August 1906 in Strání
Miloš Sýkora Bridge over the Ostravice River and Silesian Ostrava Town Hall
Janáček with Karel Kovařovic and Jan Kunc in Summer 1917
Leoš Janáček Airport Ostrava
Janáček relief, by Julius Pelikán, at Olomouc
Ostrava trams in their traditional blue and white livery at the "Nová Ves vodárna" stop
Star on Musik Meile Vienna
Railway station Ostrava-Svinov
The Ostravice River
Inside the Antonín Dvořák Theatre
Colours of Ostrava
Ostrava Puppet Theatre
Jirásek Square, former chicken market (kuří rynek), in Moravská Ostrava
Heyrovský Secondary Industrial School and High School
VŠB-Technical University of Ostrava
VŠB-Technical University of Ostrava – Ceremonial Hall
Vítkovice stadium

He died on 12 August 1928 in Ostrava, at the sanatorium of Dr. L. Klein, at the age of 74.

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Janáček Conservatory and High School, Ostrava

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Hukvaldy

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Municipality and village in Frýdek-Místek District in the Moravian-Silesian Region of the Czech Republic.

Municipality and village in Frýdek-Místek District in the Moravian-Silesian Region of the Czech Republic.

Monument of Bystrouška
A bridge in Hukvaldy Castle
Former archbishops palace
Church of Saint Maximilian

It is known for the ruins of the third-largest castle in the Czech Republic, Hukvaldy Castle, and is the birthplace of the composer Leoš Janáček.

Since 2018, it has been a part of the Leoš Janáček International Music Festival in Ostrava.

Moravia

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Historical region in the east of the Czech Republic and one of three historical Czech lands, with Bohemia and Czech Silesia.

Historical region in the east of the Czech Republic and one of three historical Czech lands, with Bohemia and Czech Silesia.

Rolling hills of the Králický Sněžník massif, Horní Morava, near the border with Bohemia
Šance Dam on the Ostravice River in the Moravian-Silesian Beskids; the river forms the border with Silesia.
Steppe landscape near Mohelno
Venus of Vestonice, the oldest surviving ceramic figurine in the world
Pálava mountains with Věstonice Reservoir, area of palaeolithic settlement
Territory of Great Moravia in the 9th century: area ruled by Rastislav (846–870) map marks the greatest territorial extent during the reign of Svatopluk I (871–894), violet core is origin of Moravia.
Saint Wenceslas Cathedral in Olomouc, seat of bishops of Olomouc since the 10th century and the current seat of the Archbishopric of Olomouc, the Metropolitan archdiocese of Moravia
Moravian nationality, as declared by people in the 1991 census
Moravian Slovak costumes (worn by men and women) during the Jízda králů ("Ride of the Kings") Festival held annually in the village of Vlčnov (southeastern Moravia)
Old ethnic division of Moravians according to an encyclopaedia of 1878
Lednice Castle
Punkevní Cave in the Moravian Karst
Bohemia and Moravia in the 12th century
Church of St. Thomas in Brno, mausoleum of Moravian branch House of Luxembourg, rulers of Moravia; and the old governor's palace, a former Augustinian abbey
12th century Romanesque St. Procopius Basilica in Třebíč
The Moravian banner of arms, which first appeared in the medieval era<ref>{{cite conference|first1 = Zbyšek|last1 = Svoboda|first2 = Pavel|last2 = Fojtík|first3 = Petr|last3 = Exner|first4 = Jaroslav|last4 = Martykán|title = Odborné vexilologické stanovisko k moravské vlajce|book-title = Vexilologie. Zpravodaj České vexilologické společnosti, o.s. č. 169|pages = 3319, 3320|publisher = Česká vexilologická společnost|date = 2013|location = Brno|url = http://www.moravska-vlajka.eu/dokumenty/vexilologie-169.pdf}}</ref><ref>{{cite conference|first = František|last = Pícha|title = Znaky a prapory v kronice Ottokara Štýrského|book-title = Vexilologie. Zpravodaj České vexilologické společnosti, o.s. č. 169|pages = 3320–3324|publisher = Česká vexilologická společnost|date = 2013|location = Brno|url = http://www.moravska-vlajka.eu/dokumenty/vexilologie-169.pdf}}</ref>
Habsburg Empire Crown lands: growth of the Habsburg territories and Moravia's status
Administrative division of Moravia as crown land of Austria in 1893
Jan Černý, president of Moravia in 1922–1926, later also Prime Minister of Czechoslovakia
A general map of Moravia in the 1920s
In 1928, Moravia was merged into Moravia-Silesia, one of four lands of Czechoslovakia, together with Bohemia, Slovakia and Subcarpathian Rus.
The Tatra 77 (1934)
WIKOV Supersport (1931)
Thonet No. 14 chair
The speed train Tatra M 290.0 Slovenská strela 1936
Zlín XIII aircraft on display at the National Technical Museum in Prague
Zetor 25A tractor
Comenius
Gregor Mendel
František Palacký
Jaromír Mundy
Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk
Leoš Janáček
Sigmund Freud
Edmund Husserl
Alphonse Mucha
Adolf Loos
Tomáš Baťa
Kurt Gödel
Emil Zátopek
Milan Kundera
Ivan Lendl
Electron microscope Brno
Aeroplane L 410 NG by Let Kunovice
Precise rifle scope by MeOpta
The (modern) BREN gun M 2 11
The modern street car EVO 2
Diesel railway coach class Bfhpvee295

The main economic centres of Moravia are Brno, Olomouc and Zlín, plus Ostrava lying directly on the Moravian–Silesian border.

Leoš Janáček (1854–1928), composer

Janáček Philharmonic Orchestra

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The Janáček Philharmonic Orchestra (Janáčkova filharmonie Ostrava) is a Czech orchestra based in Ostrava, Czech Republic.

Named after composer Leoš Janáček, the orchestra performs its concerts at the City of Ostrava Cultural Centre.

Leoš Janáček Airport Ostrava

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Leoš Janáček Airport Ostrava, formerly Ostrava-Mošnov International Airport, is the airport of the city of Ostrava in the Czech Republic, a major economic and industrial centre.

Originally called Mošnov, in 2006 the airport was renamed after the Czech composer Leoš Janáček.