"Brnenske Ivanovice" Brno Off The Beaten Path Tip by eledhwen

Brno Off The Beaten Path: 45 reviews and 47 photos

A town district at the south-east outskirts of Brno, structurally merging with Turany. Brnenske Ivanovice were formerly known as Velenovice or Vejvanovice and were part of the Cistercian cloister at Velehrad, the village is a Brno district from the year 1791. In Saidova street there is a baroque chateau from the year 1683, extended with a courthouse and a chapel in the year 1725. It is a storeyed object with a tower corner part, above the entrance is a heraldry of the Velehrad cloister and in the niche by the entrance is standing a valuable sculpture of St.John from Nepomuk from the year 1766. The interiors and the chapel are decorated with stucco made by B. Fontana. In Turanska street there is a baroque chapel of Virgin Mary from the 18th century, at the Ivanovicke square you will see the sculpture of St.Florian form the year 1749.

Directions
From the city centre take the tram No.9 or 12 going to Komarov, at the end station change for the bus No. 40 going to Tovarni, disembark at the station Ivanovicke namesti. It takes you about 20 minutes and you will need a 13 CZK ticket.

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  • Updated Jul 20, 2006
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