Zoo Ostrava, Ostrava

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Ostrava Zoo, (Zoologická zahrada Ostrava) is a zoo, located in Ostrava in Czech Republic.
Ostrava Zoo was founded as Kunčičky Zoo in 1951, on an area called the Miners' Park in Ostrava-Kunčičky. But already in 1956 construction of the new zoo in Stromovka park was undertaken, and in 1960 the zoo and animals were transferred to Stromovka park.
In 1996 Ostrava Zoo became member in the European Association of Zoos and Aquaria (EAZA).
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  • I loved my trip to the Zoo. It's huge and very well maintained. The vegetation is wonderful with lots of old and tall trees. Animals seems happy. You can even feed some goats with pallets (provided.....  more
    I loved my trip to the Zoo. It's huge and very well maintained. The vegetation is wonderful with lots of old and tall trees. Animals seems happy. You can even feed some goats with pallets (provided.....  more »
  • Very good place to fo with children. We'll organised. Many attractions for kids. Enough parking spaces around. There are places for a rest and to have something and drink. 
    Very good place to fo with children. We'll organised. Many attractions for kids. Enough parking spaces around. There are places for a rest and to have something and drink.  more »
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  • Stunning Zoo, unlike others we've seen so far. There are secluded quiet areas accessible by natural pathways, you can stroll between the trees and sit nearby the natural lakes. There are expositions with birds that you can enter and see the birds without any barriers. Beautiful playgrounds for kids as well. 5 stars.
  • This zoo is a nice visit, especially with kids. Most signage and information is available in Czech and Polish, with nothing or very little in English (and often too garbled in translation to make sense of) and no other languages visible at all. Nonetheless, there's a good variety of animals to see and lots of playgrounds. Some of the enclosures do seem a little small, so one how's that the animals are happy and well-stimulated.

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