Postcard Pidifrk - Brno

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Pidifrk postcard Brno city

Pidifrk is a postcard, mostly depicting an interesting place in the Czech Republic. These postcards follow each other horizontally and vertically, creating a unique map. In addition, there are several better or worse jokes on each pidifrka, which creates a huge cartoon joke. Of course the largest in the world!


Around the year 1000 was founded on the site of today's Old Brno near the ford across the River Svratka settlement in the 11th century was also built Bretislaus castle, the seat of the Přemyslid appanage prince. In 1243 King Wenceslas he gave the city greater and lesser privilege.

Since 1350, Brno was the seat of Moravian margraves. During the Hussite Wars the town twice vainly besieged by the Hussites. In 1619 the Brno joined the uprising, for which he was later punished. During the Thirty Years War was twice conquered by the Swedes in vain, since 1641 there have been permanently stored provincial boards for Moravia and in 1777 the diocese was founded.

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