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Vysočina presented itself at the 7th Czech Street Party in Brussels

On Friday 14th June, the traditional Czech Street Party in Brussels took place in the Caroly Street. The music of Czech interpreters, the culinary specialities from several Czech regions and the nice weather attracted a big number of visitors.


More than 4000 visitors had the chance to enjoy the performance of Alžběta Kolečkářová, Michal Hrůza, Čankišou and David Koller. The representatives of the Vysočina region could not have missed such an opportunity to present the beauty of their region. The stand in the traditional colours of Vysočina attracted a lot of interest. The visitors could try some of the regional specialities such as the traditional cheese, sausages, honey cookies and mead. But not only the culinary delights were in the foreground. The Czech Street Party also offered a unique opportunity for visitors to inform themselves about the region, its traditions, nature and historical monuments. The representative of the Vysočina region in Brussels, Martina Richtová Tomšů, confirmed that visitors have been interested in both the region and the promotion materials about the region.

Czech Street Party is the biggest event organized jointly by the Czech centre in Brussels, Czech regions (Prague, Karlovy Vary region, Moravian-Silesian Region, Olomouc region, Pilsen Region, South Moravian Region, Usti Region, Vysočina, the city of Kladno, and the city of Pardubice), CZELO and the Permanent Representation of the Czech Republic to the EU. The main sponsors of this year´s Street Party were ČEZ and Škoda Auto – Škoda Import Belgium.

Responsible: Martina Tomšů
Created / changed: 17.6.2013 / 17.6.2013


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