The latest edition of KAM v Brne/WHERE in Brno is out now. Credit: Pocket Media

KAM v Brne was launched in the 1960s and every month it showcases the best in culture, society, education and sport. In the middle of the magazine is a pull-out section, WHERE in Brno – in English.

In the March edition of WHERE in Brno, you will find tips on concerts, theatre, film, lectures and where to go for good food and drink. There is also a great article on the history of Luzanky Park or a funny article by football blog, Blansko Klobasa.

The Czech part of the magazine has a report on Pekarska St., an interview about film in Brno with Ivana Košuličová, the head of the Brno Film Office and Emanuele Ruggiero, an Italian film director living in Brno. The flashback section introduces a photo-history of Brno in 1918.

The magazine is available for free in cafes, clubs, cinemas and other places.

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