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Moravian Gallery

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Address: Husova 535/18, Brno 602 00, Czech Republic
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+420 532 169 111
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Sun 10:00 - 18:00
Wed 10:00 - 18:00
Thu 10:00 - 19:00

Six centuries of European art plus works from Czech artists of the 20th...

Six centuries of European art plus works from Czech artists of the 20th century are part of the Gallery's permanent collection.

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Brno Gallery

We visited the gallery and it was wonderfull. You can look at the exposition for free and if you want you can check the exihibition of the gallery for a good price. The paintings... read more

Reviewed 19 January 2017
Cachtice, Slovakia
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Cachtice, Slovakia
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Reviewed 19 January 2017

We visited the gallery and it was wonderfull. You can look at the exposition for free and if you want you can check the exihibition of the gallery for a good price. The paintings were also very interesting - with all kind of type for example - nature, people, religion.

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Reviewed 23 December 2016

Be sure you will find beauty in every building that belongs to the Moravian Gallery. There are three palaces in the very centre of the city including Museum of Applied Arts, the Prazak Palace and the Governor Palace. This time I would love to attract your attention to the exhibition named “Aristocracy of Taste”. I was lucky enough to participate... More 

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Reviewed 6 October 2016

The Moravian Gallery is housed in three separate buildings in central Brno: - Fine Art from Gothic to 19th century (Mistodrzitelsky Palace), in Moravske namesti - Applied Arts, at Husova 14 - Modern and Contemporary Art (Prazakuv Palace), at Husova 18 I visited the Fine Art museum first. The permanent collection was pretty good, especially the early religious art, and... More 

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Edina, Minnesota
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Reviewed 17 September 2016

This museum is not about the history of Moravia and the culture in the area. It really is a collection of fossils and archaeological finds from the region. If you are interested in this sort of thing, it is worth a visit but there are limited English translations which makes it hard to understand things. There are no English guides... More 

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Reviewed 9 September 2016

This gallery is centrally located, and it offers a good number of items to see. It also has a shop for souvenirs and books.

1 Thank E. Z
Utrecht, The Netherlands
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Reviewed 9 June 2016 via mobile

Didn't quite know what to expect, but was pleasantly surprised. You need to get a ticket but it's free. The art is in chronological order from 14th century till 19th century, mostly from the region, though some Flemish, Dutch and Italian artists also contribute. It starts out with a lot of religious works and then changes to landscapes and such.... More 

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Brussels, Belgium
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Reviewed 14 January 2016

If you visit the website of this institution you will see that the collection is distributed in different venues. I visit the two of them that are very close to each other: Prazak Palace (Modern and Contemporary Art) and the Museum of Applied Arts. There is another major venue with Art until the XIX century that I did not visit.... More 

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Reviewed 16 November 2015

Tells the story of the history of the area including the liberation of Moravia in 1945. Exhibits include the end of the Reign of the Swastika and war testimonies. We were fortunate to see an exhibition of Asian Puppets which were being shown here which lightened the mood. Very interesting and informative display.

Thank Clive R
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Reviewed 21 October 2015

It is a good place especially in a rainy day to go. You can see all the show. Entry fee is acceptable.

Thank Tuncalp O
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Reviewed 7 October 2015

Interesting but a bit inaccessible if you can't read Czech. They had an English language brochure but it was minimal. If you really want to understand the exhibits, it would be worth hiring a guide. The 1945 exhibit was understandable if you know your history even without Czech. The rocks and minerals and chemical elements was beyond me. But I... More 

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