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In mid-December, Kraví hora will shine brightly during a five-hour light show. Photo: Pexels

Winter Solstice takes place December 21. The Winter Solstice, also known as Midwinter and Yule, is an astronomical phenomenon marking the longest night of the year. The Winter Solstice is celebrated around the world as the beginning of the return of the sun and darkness turning into light.

Brno Observatory and Planetarium, with the help of the VISUALOVE group, organize Festival of Light (Svátek světla). VISUALOVE is a group of architects creating audiovisual installations in which they connect architecture, music, light, and video projection.

The five-hour festival marks the victory of light over darkness.

The show will start at 5 pm and go on loop until 10 pm. The entrance to the festival is free of charge. More information about the festival can be found here.

WHERE: Park Kraví hora
WHEN: Dec. 21, 5 pm – 10 pm
ENTRANCE: Free of charge

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