Brno 1945 - My grandparents' house survived (it's on the very left)

Brno 1945 - My grandparents' house survived (it's on the very left)

Only rediscovered in 2001 during an archaeological dig, the Brno Ossuary is 800 years old and holds the remains of some 50,000 people.  Located in Brno, Czech Republic.

Only rediscovered in 2001 during an archaeological dig, the Brno Ossuary is 800 years old and holds the remains of some 50,000 people. Located in Brno, Czech Republic.

Mies van der Rohe in his Brno chair.

Mies van der Rohe in his Brno chair.

The Ossuary of St. James' Church. Brno, Czech Republic.

The Ossuary of St. James' Church. Brno, Czech Republic.

The administrative building of BVV (Brněnské Veletrhy and Výstavy = Brno Trade Fairs and Exhibitions), Czechoslovakia.   Year: 1958-60  Architect(s): Miroslav Spurný & Antonín Ševčík  Photographer: Fr. Bittner

The administrative building of BVV (Brněnské Veletrhy and Výstavy = Brno Trade Fairs and Exhibitions), Czechoslovakia. Year: 1958-60 Architect(s): Miroslav Spurný & Antonín Ševčík Photographer: Fr. Bittner

Tana Kmenta hair studio by Muon, Brno, Czech Republic

Tana Kmenta hair studio by Muon, Brno, Czech Republic

Brno Philharmonic

Brno Philharmonic

Brno, Czech Republic. Central train station.

Brno, Czech Republic. Central train station.

Capuchin crypt

Capuchin crypt

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