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Brno (German: Brünn) is with 377,028 inhabitants (2016) the second biggest city of the Czech Republic after Prague. It's the seat of a Catholic bishop. The city is the capital of the Czech region Moravia.

Brno's historic buildings include the churches of St. Thomas and St. James and the Gothic church of the Augustinian monastery. Tugendhat House (1930), designed by architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1992. The old town, with narrow streets, is enclosed by a belt of boulevards, beyond which are several modern housing projects.[1]

Tugendhat Villa

The Tugendhat Villa is designed by the architect Mies van der Rohe, is an outstanding example of the international style in the modern movement in architecture as it developed in Europe in the 1920s. Its particular value lies in the application of innovative spatial and aesthetic concepts that aim to satisfy new lifestyle needs by taking advantage of the opportunities afforded by modern industrial production.[2]

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