South Moravia

South Moravia is a region of the Czech Republic. Brno aside, Southern Moravia is most famous for its wine. Except for the Czechs though, this fact is not very well known, so not many tourists make the trip to the region.
Brno is the major city of Moravia. It is the largest city in Moravia, the second largest city in the Czech Republic by population and area.
The Mutěnice Wine Region is composed of four villages - Mutěnice, Dubňany, Ratíškovice and Milotice.
Znojmo is a small town in South Moravia, Czech Republic. It's famous for its compact old town centre with oldest buildings dating back from 12th century, wine and nearby National Park Podyjí.
Lednice-Valtice is in South Moravia, Czech Republic. The Ledice Valtice Cultural Landscape is inscribed on the UNESCO World …
Novosedly na Moravě is a small town in the Moravian wine region of the Czech Republic, where you can take an amazing trip by horse back through the vineyards.
Rakvice is a village in south Moravia, Czech Republic. It claims to be a winery village.
Kroměříž is a city in South Moravia, Czech Republic. Kroměříž stands on the site of an earlier ford across the River Morava, at the foot of the Chriby mountain range which dominates the central part of Moravia.
Zlín is a city in the South Moravia region of the Czech Republic. Bata shoe company started and developed here before the WWII.
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