Distances fade away when good food and music step in! Come and celebrate cultural diversity in South Moravian Region. The Day of National Minorities will be held under the auspices of Bohumil Šimek, Governor of the South Moravian Region this Sunday at Luzanky.
You’ll have the chance to taste traditional homemade delicacies from Bulgaria, Croatia, Hungary, Germany, Greece and many other countries. Enjoy music and dancing performances by Polish, Roma, Russian, Ukrainian, Lithuanian, Slovak, Vietnamese, and many other teams.
The event is family friendly and the admission is free. You can find the program and the presentations and activities here.
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