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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Klára Peslarová

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Czech ice hockey goaltender and member of the Czech national ice hockey team, currently playing in the Swedish Women's Hockey League (SDHL) with Brynäs IF Dam.

Czech ice hockey goaltender and member of the Czech national ice hockey team, currently playing in the Swedish Women's Hockey League (SDHL) with Brynäs IF Dam.

Peslarová developed in the minor ice hockey department of HC RT Torax Poruba in her home-city of Ostrava, in eastern Czech Republic.

The Reisz Building, Ostrava

Wunibald Deininger

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Austrian architect and art teacher.

Austrian architect and art teacher.

The Reisz Building, Ostrava

He designed buildings in Ostrava as well as Vienna.

Official logo of FBC Ostrava

FBC Ostrava

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Official logo of FBC Ostrava

FBC Ostrava (FBC ČPP Bystroň Group Ostrava after its sponsors) is a floorball team based in Ostrava, Czech Republic.

Evžen Tošenovský

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Czech politician.

Czech politician.

In 1993, he was elected mayor of Ostrava and remained in the office until 2000.

Košice

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Largest city in eastern Slovakia.

Largest city in eastern Slovakia.

Eastern Hungarian Kingdom around 1550, including Košice shown as 'Kassa'
Part of the Ottoman Empire in 1683, including the Principality of Upper Hungary, based around Košice shown as 'Kassa'
"Cassovia: Superioris Hungariae Civitas Primaria", the prospect from Civitates orbis terrarum. Cassovia (Slovak: Košice, German: Kaschau, Hungarian: Kassa), the "capital" of Upper Hungary in 1617.
The military base in Košice at the end of the 18th century
National Theater built in 1899
Main Street – 1902
Hlavná ulica (Main Street) in historic downtown
Statue of Košice's coat of arms, the first municipal coat of arms in Europe
Aupark Shopping Centre
St. Elisabeth Cathedral in Košice is Slovakia's largest church
Divizia – seat of the Košice Self-Governing Region
The seat of the Slovak Constitutional Court
Košice International Airport
Steel Aréna
The Tree of Partnership on Hlavná Street

🇨🇿 Ostrava, Czech Republic (2001)

Dresden

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Capital city of the German state of Saxony and its second most populous city, after Leipzig.

Capital city of the German state of Saxony and its second most populous city, after Leipzig.

Historic city centre with main sights
The Fürstenzug—the Saxon sovereigns depicted in Meissen porcelain
Dresden in 1521
Zwinger, 1719, wedding reception of Augustus III of Poland and Maria Josepha of Austria
Napoleon Crossing the Elbe by Józef Brodowski (1895)
May Uprising in Dresden, 1849
Image of Dresden during the 1890s, before extensive World War II destruction. Landmarks include Dresden Frauenkirche, Augustus Bridge, and Katholische Hofkirche.
The ruins of Dresden in 1945. Facing south from the town hall (Rathaus) tower. Statue Güte (Good or Kindness) by August Schreitmüller, 1908–1910.
The Dresden Frauenkirche, a few years after its reconsecration
Saxon Switzerland a few kilometres outside of Dresden
View over Dresden Basin
The Sächsische Staatskanzlei (Saxon State Chancellery) is an institution assisting the President of the State
The Waldschlösschen Bridge is a subject of controversy in Dresden and other parts of Germany
Frauenkirche at the Neumarkt
Zwinger Palace
Bernardo Bellotto's Dresden included the Hofkirche during construction.
Yenidze
Stalinist architecture at the Altmarkt
The locally controversial UFA-Palast
The Semperoper, completely rebuilt and reopened in 1985
View over Altmarkt (Old market) during Striezelmarkt
Sistine Madonna by Raphael in the Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister
The longest trams in Dresden set a record in length
Dresden Central Station is the main inter-city transport hub
GlobalFoundries semiconductor factory
Transparent Factory owned by Volkswagen
TU Dresden
Dresden Academy of Fine Arts
The Rudolf-Harbig-Stadion, the current home of Dynamo Dresden
Floods in 2002
Semperoper during 2005 floods
Elbe flood in April 2006
Dresden skyline in 2006
Dresden under water in June 2013
Dresden Frauenkirche
Zwinger Palace
Semperoper
Dresden New Town Hall
Dresden Academy of Fine Arts
Kreuzkirche, Dresden
Fürstenzug
Münzgasse at Neumarkt
Dresden Castle
Katholische Hofkirche
Yenidze at night
Dresden-Neustadt
Pillnitz Castle
German Hygiene Museum
Bundeswehr Military History Museum
Blue Wonder
Nymphenbad
Großer Garten
Results of the second round of the 2022 mayoral election.
Results of the 2019 city council election.
Winning party by locality in the 2019 city council election.

Ostrava, Czech Republic (1971)

Urban monument reservation České Budějovice - city hall

Cultural monument (Czech Republic)

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The cultural monuments of the Czech Republic (Czech: kulturní památka) are protected properties (both real and movable properties) designated by the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic.

The cultural monuments of the Czech Republic (Czech: kulturní památka) are protected properties (both real and movable properties) designated by the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic.

Urban monument reservation České Budějovice - city hall
Village monument reservation Nosálov (okres Mělník)
Cloister Vyšší brod - part of the urban monument zone Vyšší Brod
Village monument zone Jáchymov - shaft Svornost

The urban monument zone is a part of the city or town that is historically significant. It is declared by the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic. The majority of the urban monument zones are of medieval origin, however urban formations from other ages are represented as well. Among the historical zones are examples of the Renaissance upper towns (Horní Blatná, Jiřetín pod Jedlovou), Baroque and Classicist towns (Nový Bor, Jablonec nad Nisou), spa towns (Karlovy Vary, Mariánské Lázně, Luhačovice) or urban areas connected with industrial production (Vítkovice and Přívoz in Ostrava) or rental apartments construction (Prague districts Karlín, Vinohrady, Vršovice, Žižkov, Nusle, Bubeneč, Smíchov and Dejvice). Modern urban and residential districts dated from the 20th century (Plzeň Lochotín and Plzeň Bezovka, Prague's Ořechovka and Baba), or workers' colonies (Brumov) are among the urban monument zone. Even the era of the so-called socialist realism is included (Poruba neighborhood in Ostrava).

Western section of Western Beskids, marked in red and labeled with E

Beskids

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The Beskids or Beskid Mountains (Beskidy, Beskydy, Beskydy, (Beskydŷ), (Beskydy)) are a series of mountain ranges in the Carpathians, stretching from the Czech Republic in the west along the border of Poland with Slovakia up to Ukraine in the east.

The Beskids or Beskid Mountains (Beskidy, Beskydy, Beskydy, (Beskydŷ), (Beskydy)) are a series of mountain ranges in the Carpathians, stretching from the Czech Republic in the west along the border of Poland with Slovakia up to Ukraine in the east.

Western section of Western Beskids, marked in red and labeled with E
Northern section of Western Beskids, marked in red and labeled with F
Eastern section of the Western Beskids, marked in red and labeled with H
Central section of the Western Beskids, marked in red and labeled with G
Central Beskidian Piedmont, marked in red and labeled with A
Central Beskids, marked in red and labeled with B
Eastern Beskids, marked in red and labelled with C
Map of the Beskid ranges in Slovakia and Poland
Czantoria, Silesian Beskids
Western Bieszczady
Western Bieszczady
Statue of "Radegast" on a Czech Beskids
Wooden church in Kwiatoń
Wooden church in Hrabova, Moravia (14th - 1564)
Shepherds in Silesian Beskids
Island Beskids

In the past they were rich in iron ore, with important plants in Ostrava and Třinec – Třinec Iron and Steel Works.

Olga Havlová

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The first wife of Václav Havel, the last President of Czechoslovakia and first President of the Czech Republic.

The first wife of Václav Havel, the last President of Czechoslovakia and first President of the Czech Republic.

Since 1996, based on approval of the President Václav Havel, secondary school in Ostrava-Poruba carries an honorary title – Olga Havel Gymnázium.

Piraeus

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Port city within the Athens urban area ("Greater Athens"), in the Attica region of Greece.

Port city within the Athens urban area ("Greater Athens"), in the Attica region of Greece.

Funerary relief for a girl, flanked by her parents (330/320 BC); Archaeological Museum of Piraeus.
The Long Walls connecting the ancient city of Athens to its port of Piraeus.
The customs office of the port of Piraeus in 1837. Watercolor by the Bavarian captain Ludwig Köllnberger.
The city of Piraeus and the church of Saint Spyridon; postcard of 1887.
Part of Eetioneia, the ancient gate to the harbour and part of the fortification of Piraeus, built during the Peloponnesian War.
The Veakeio Theater (former Skylitseio) on the hill of Kastella, with view to the Saronic Gulf, Mount Hymettus and the southeastern part of Athens.
The Piraeus Municipal Theatre
External view of the Hellenic Maritime Museum in Freatida.
Peace and Friendship Stadium
Inside the Karaiskakis Stadium
The building of the Maritime Retirement Fund (NAT)
Akti Miaouli at the port.
Inside view of Piraeus station, next to the seaport.
Preserved vintage trolleybus of Piraeus-Kastella line.
Church of Saint Spyridon; patron saint of Piraeus
University of Piraeus main building
Piraeus in the late 19th century
Map of Piraeus, 1908
A modern copy of the "Piraeus Lion"
View of Kastella
The church of St.Nicholas
Monument to Georgios Karaiskakis
Church of Sts. Constantine and Helen

🇨🇿 Ostrava, Czech Republic