A report on Ostrava

Self-governing districts of Ostrava
Cadastral areas of Ostrava
City logo
The Church of St. Wenceslaus, one of the oldest and most important monuments of Ostrava
Marian Column (1702) at Masaryk Square
The Sophienhütte ironworks, c. 1910
Miloš Sýkora Bridge over the Ostravice River and Silesian Ostrava Town Hall
Leoš Janáček Airport Ostrava
Ostrava trams in their traditional blue and white livery at the "Nová Ves vodárna" stop
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

City in the north-east of the Czech Republic, and the capital of the Moravian-Silesian Region.

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Leoš Janáček International Music Festival

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The Leoš Janáček International Music Festival (Mezinárodní hudební festival Leoše Janáčka) is a classical music festival in and around the Czech city of Ostrava.

Cathedral of the Divine Saviour

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Interior of the Cathedral

Cathedral of the Divine Saviour (Katedrála Božského Spasitele), located in the center of Ostrava, is the second largest Roman Catholic cathedral in Moravia and Silesia (after the basilica in Velehrad near Uherské Hradiště).

FC Baník Ostrava

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Squad of SK Slezská Ostrava in 1923
First emblem of the club, drawn by Karel Aniol
Club supporters during the home match against 1. FC Brno

FC Baník Ostrava is a football club from the Silesian part of the city of Ostrava, Czech Republic.

1st International School of Ostrava

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1st International School of Ostrava (ISO) is a private international school in Ostrava, Czech Republic.

RegioJet

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Private Czech provider of passenger rail and bus transport.

Private Czech provider of passenger rail and bus transport.

Student Agency Bus
Connection map for long-distance trains. RegioJet services shown in yellow-gold.
RegioJet's CEO Radim Jančura in front of a train serving the Havířov - Prague route.
A Desiro in RegioJet livery at Skalice nad Svitavou.
Standard class (cloth)
Standard class (leather)
Relax class
Business class
Depot of Regiojet in Praha-Smíchov

On 29 September 2011, state-owned operator České dráhy reduced some fares within the campaign ČD Promo, especially the full fare on the routes between Prague–Ostrava, Prague–Brno and Prague – Hradec Králové.

Ostravar Aréna

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Interior of Ostravar Aréna (2015)

OSTRAVAR Aréna (previously ČEZ Aréna, due to sponsorship reasons) is an indoor arena used mainly for ice hockey matches, in Vítkovice, Ostrava, Czech Republic.

Kravaře

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Town in Opava District the Moravian-Silesian Region of the Czech Republic.

Town in Opava District the Moravian-Silesian Region of the Czech Republic.

Golf course in the castle park
Church of Saint Bartholomew
The main gate to the church complex
Rectory
Chapel

Kravaře is located about 6 km east of Opava and 20 km northwest of Ostrava.

New Town Hall

New Town Hall, Ostrava

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New Town Hall

The New Town Hall of Ostrava is the most architecturally important and largest town hall complex from the Interwar period in the Czech Republic.

Busscar trolleybus in São Paulo, Brazil

Trolleybus

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Electric bus that draws power from dual overhead wires (generally suspended from roadside posts) using spring-loaded trolley poles.

Electric bus that draws power from dual overhead wires (generally suspended from roadside posts) using spring-loaded trolley poles.

Busscar trolleybus in São Paulo, Brazil
Solaris trolleybus in Landskrona, Sweden
The "Elektromote", the world's first trolleybus, in Berlin, Germany, 1882.
A double-deck trolleybus in Reading, England, 1966.
MU ZiU-9 in Soviet Union, 1987
A trolleybus in Qingdao, China.
A San Francisco Muni trolleybus (ETI 14TrSF) climbing Nob Hill.
Trolleybus on tunnel line in Tateyama.
Underground trolleybus in Kurobe Dam.
A Rocar DAC 217E articulated trolleybus in Bucharest, Romania, in April 2007.
Pole bases with springs and pneumatic pole lowering cylinders.
Insulated poles, contact shoes, and pull–ropes.
On this articulated Beijing trolleybus, the operator uses ropes to guide the trolley poles to contact the overhead wires.
A dual-mode bus operating as a trolleybus in the Downtown Seattle Transit Tunnel, in 1990.
Trolleybus wire switch (Type Soviet Union).
A switch in parallel overhead lines
A ZiU-9 trolleybus in service in Piraeus, Greece, on the large Athens-area trolleybus system. The Russian-built ZiU-9 (also known as the ZiU-682), introduced in 1972, is the most numerous trolleybus model in history, with more than 45,000 built. In the 2000s it was effectively rendered obsolete by low-floor designs.
One of the NAW/Hess articulated trolleybuses delivered to Geneva in 1992, which were among the first production-series low-floor trolleybuses.
The Vancouver trolleybus system completed the transition to an exclusively low-floor fleet in 2009.
A trolleybus in Bradford in 1970. The Bradford Trolleybus system was the last one to operate in the United Kingdom; closing in 1972.
Monument to Crimean Trolleybus.
Irisbus Cristalis in Limoges.
Van Hool Exquicity 18T in Parma.
AKSM-420 Vitovt in Minsk.
New Flyer XT60 in Seattle.
Youngman JNP6183BEV in Beijing.
Solaris Trollino 18 in Salzburg.
Trolleybus in Castellón de la Plana.
Trolleybus in Malatya.

Cities that utilize such trolleybuses include Beijing, Ostrava, Shanghai, Mexico City, Saint Petersburg, and Bergen.

Pardubice

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City in the Czech Republic.

City in the Czech Republic.

Church of Saint Bartholomew on Republic Square
Pardubice Castle
Foxconn Czech Republic
Pardubice main railway station
View towards the Green Gate
Church of the Annunciation of the Virgin Mary on the Komenského Square

Pardubice has direct railway connection with many cities, including Prague, Olomouc, Ostrava, and Žilina and Košice in Slovakia.