There are 400 great architectural structures dating from 1918-1945 available for professionals and the foreign public in the City of Brno (Czech Republic, Central Europe).
Tourists can use also printed maps. In the spring of 2012 comes out and printed guide. Manual can become an important tool for the popularization of the architectural wealth of the city of Brno, the authors believe. In Brno, between the world wars, a number of exceptional buildings of modern architecture was built. For example architects Bohuslav Fuchs, Henry Kumpošt, Ernst Wiesner and Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, the Tugendhat villa is listed on UNESCO World Heritage Site. Other famous buildings include the Hotel Avion, residential colony houses or fairgrounds.
All you can find at www.bam.brno.cz and it contains informational
texts, maps, photo documentation and audio recordings to download. This project is non-commerce and of course free for visitors.
Anyone can take the nine suggested tours or create an architecture trail of their own. The information is also provided in the form of markings on the pavements outside the buildings providing codes of the buildings and internet pages. In this way, you can obtain information about a building simply, e.g. using your internet browser on your mobile phone, and listen to its story right in the streets of Brno City.
More information you can find on web – sites www.bam.brno.cz (information in English and German language)