Minoritska Ulica or Minoritengasse (old) is a street in Brno’s Old Town, only one block wide. It is located southeast of the central Freedom Square (Náměstí Svobody) and is named after the Minorite Monastery with St. John’s Church, which is located on the other side of the street.
In the panorama we see one of the most beautiful Brno Old Town ensembles of houses from the Wilhelminian and Art Nouveau periods. Worth mentioning is, for example, the Charlotta Deutschova House at Minoritska 8 – the small Art Nouveau building with gilded figural decoration in the right part of the picture.
This streetline was created on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the Leipzig-Brno town twinning.