Beautification Society Za krásnou Ostravu – Klub Fiducia
The association Za Krásnou Ostravu was formed in 2013 and is currently one of the local groups that cares for the city’s public spaces.
The Za Opavu association was founded in 2007 in the pursuit of local beautification as a reaction to the unsatisfactory choices of certain municipal tenders, largely stemming from the community’s need to become engaged in the socio-politics of the city.
Festival Pelhřimovy – Kostel sv. Jiří
Pelhřimovy is a village on the border of Poland and Czechia. It is just as far to Prudnik or Glubczyce as it is to Krnov, but the towns are inhabited neither by Czechs nor Poles.
Fajfr štýl Fest
Skateclub Vrbno is an informal and volunteer association. After participating in the local skateboard and music scenes, in 2017 its founders Zdeněk Rybár and Jakub Rektořík rented out the spaces …
Bludný kámen is a collective which has been actively shaping Opava’s cultural space since 1995, organizing exhibitions, lectures, public discussion, and experimental music concerts.
The Past That Didn’t Survive
Workers' colonies. Who doesn't know them? We can find them all over the Czech lands. But also beyond the Czech borders. In neighbouring countries, on the European continent, in Africa, North and South America, Asia and Australia. ...
The Importance of Green Infrastructure in the City
Human cultures are shaped by local ecosystems, and humans are intensively altering the environment, resulting in a dramatic decline in natural and cultural capital. Socio-ecological systems are increasingly vulnerable due to disruption of food resources, natural and cultural traditions.
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The Ostrava Lagoons
The Ostrava lagoons are referred to as the area of three large lagoons near the Fifejdy housing estate in Ostrava, where waste from refinery production and later also from the regeneration of used lubricating oils was deposited, beginning at the end of the 19th century.
in the regions of Moravia-Silesia and Olomouc
Natural resources have been used for healing around the world for centuries. The Moravian-Silesian and Olomouc regions are among the regions with an above-average number of spa resorts in the Czech Republic. A total of 8 localities have the status of spas.