MO-S 19 ‘Alej’ is a beautifully restored example of the Czechoslovak border fortifications built in the mid to late 1930s to defend the country against Hitler’s Germany. Alej was built in 1936. ‘MO’ stands for Moravian Ostrava, ‘S’ for ‘Srub’ …Continue reading →
Dul Michal (Michal’s Mine) sent its last cartload of coal to the surface on June 2, 1994. The museum as you see it today is more or less as it was left after that last shift finished work. Although equipment …Continue reading →
The town of Stramberk is one which any visitor to the Beskydy mountains should visit. More correctly, it lies in the foothills of the Beskydys and is a perfect place to stop off at on your way. The town is …Continue reading →
The Hrabyně World War Two Museum was originally built by the Communists to commemorate the Red Army’s fight against Nazi Germany. Friends who were taken to visit it by their schools before the revolution tell of a grim, militaristic experience, …Continue reading →
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