Moravian-Silesian Region Official Travel Guide
Moravian-Silesian Region Official Travel Guide
Locations Industrial Landscape Lower Vítkovice Area

Lower Vítkovice Area

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This unique industrial area offers a thrilling scenery and breathtaking atmosphere.
The Lower Vítkovice Area is part of the European cultural heritage, which makes wandering through its milieu truly unforgettable. Images of the Lower Vítkovice Area are recently among the most popular images to depict Ostrava. It has been confirmed several times that these premises bring an industrial atmosphere to the movie screen and much more.

Over ten million viewers saw the Lower Vítkovice Area, starring as the former German mines, in the South Korean film Ode to My Father (2014). In the French-American sci-fi film Babylon A. D., the setting creates a perfect illusion of a futuristic city. The complex made its appearance in the movies Smoke (1990) or Non Plus Ultras (2004), while also serving as a background to the trailer for the short-length action movie Ghost Recon: Alpha, as well as several advertising events (Red Bull Park Tour Training Jam) and other clips.

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