About Brno, local part Bystrc

I am sorry, this is automatic Google conversion from Czech (fearful).

Bystrc is one of the city districts of Brno, located at its northwestern edge. There are several very interesting places in the extensive cadastral area of Bystrc, which forms the city part, and their significance extends beyond the borders of the region. This is especially a recreational area Brno Dam, ZOO, Castle Veveří or the region „Pohádka máje“ (Fairy Tales region), located in the Podkomorské woods area.

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photo by Michael Stanovský

Bystrc's own residential development is significantly smaller than in the entire Bystrc cadastral area, for the most part it consists of a panel housing estate with almost 25,000 inhabitants, and Bystrc is thus the fifth largest city district in Brno. On the northern side, the development is bordered by Mniší hora (Monk hill) and the zoo complex, then by the Svratka river and the water surface of the Brno dam, beyond the western edge there are Podkomorské woods, behind the southwestern edge lies the Žebětín district. The protected area Pekárna and Údolí oddechu is located on the south and southeast side.

The Bystrc development is further divided into several units: Stará Bystrc, reminiscent of the original village situated by the Svratka River, from whose – clear – flow the name Bystrc itself is derived. The adjacent panel development then forms the so-called Bystrc I, the newer part of the housing estate approximately west of the route of the Old Motorway towards Žebětín is called Bystrc II.

Czech original on www.bystrc.net

Bystrc on Internet

Brno Bystrc municipal authorities
Bystrc News
About Brno Bystrc
Restaurant, bars and wine-bars
Accommodation in Bystrc
Tourism in Brno Bystrc and surroundings
ZOO
Brno-dam / Prygl
Roman Catholic parish
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