The Embassy of the Czech Republic will host a unique presentation on the South Moravian Region of the Czech Republic on October 17, at 6 pm. Gregor Mendel spent most of his life, studying and conducting his pea experiments on the Laws of Inheritance in the charming and fertile wine region of Southern Moravia. To this day, this area is dotted with romantic villages, majestic castles, and UNESCO Heritage sites; yet, it is also booming with progress and prominent universities and research institutes on the verge of the world’s next great scientific discovery. Hear, see, and taste the region via a talk, photos, song and, of course, wine.
Date: October 17, 2017, 6 pm
Location: Embassy of the Czech Republic
3900 Spring of Freedom St, NW, Washington, DC 20008
RSVP by October 16
Admission is free; however, RSVPs are required.
Embassy policy: No bags or suitcases allowed. Only small purses permitted but will be checked at the door.
No coat check available. You must pass through security for entrance. RSVP confirmation and photo ID required. Doors close at 6:15 pm.
Parking: Non-metered parking is available on Spring of Freedom Street and Tilden Street.
Closest Metro: The Embassy is about a 15-20 minute walk from the Van Ness Metro Station.
Photo courtesy of Lukáš Žentel | Girls in Kroj in Vlčnov