South Moravian Region


South Moravian Region

Geobox Region
name = South Moravian Region
native_name = Jihomoravský kraj
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image_caption = Brno



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symbol = South Moravian Region CoA CZ.svg
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country = Czech Republic
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capital = Brno
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part_type = Districts
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part_count = 7
part = Blansko District
part1 = Břeclav District
part2 = Brno-City District
part3 = Brno-Country District
part4 = Hodonín District
part5 = Vyškov District
part6 = Znojmo District
area = 7196.5
highest = Čupec
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highest_elevation = 819
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population_as_of = 12/2006
population = 1132563
population_density = 163
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leader_type = Hejtman
leader = Stanislav Juránek
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code = CZ-JM
code1_type = Licence plate
code1 = B
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website = [http://www.kr-jihomoravsky.cz/ http://www.kr-jihomoravsky.cz/]
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South Moravian Region (Czech: "Jihomoravský kraj") is an administrative unit (Czech: "kraj") of the Czech Republic, located in the south-western part of its historical region of Moravia, with exception of Jobova Lhota, that belongs to Bohemia. Its capital is Brno.

Cities and towns

* Brno
* Blansko
* Břeclav
* Hodonín
* Vyškov
* Znojmo

External links

* [http://www.kr-jihomoravsky.cz/ Official website]
* [http://www.jizni-morava.cz/index.php/public/page.php?lang=en South Moravian Region]
* http://www.invest-in-czech.com/


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