After the successful Olympic Festival that brought residents of Brno closer to the Winter Olympic Games in Korea this year, organisers hope to put the festival on again in 2020. Photo: Pavilion Z of the Pisárky Exhibition Centre // Credit: Casadei Graphics.

Brno, May 17 (BD) – This time, the festival will become a venue to celebrate the Summer Olympics.

In February of this year, a giant sports complex was built in Pavilion Z of the Pisárky Exhibition Centre to offer the sports fans of Brno a unique sporting experience.

“There are many more events in the Summer Olympics, and it also lasts longer. That is why we are now preparing a feasibility study in cooperation with the Czech Olympic Committee and, eventually, the South Moravian Region. This will help us determine where the Olympic Festival will take place and what its costs will be,” specified First Deputy Mayor Petr Hladík in April.

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