PHOTO GALLERY: Brno celebrations of International Romani Day - ribbons on the Tree of Tolerance, program at Hvězdička Park
On Monday, 3 April, this year's celebrations of International Romani Day began in the Lužánky neighborhood of Brno. Those attending tied new ribbons to the Tree of Tolerance.
On Tuesday, 4 April, the program contined with an afternoon's amusement in the Hvězdička Park. Below are photographs from these events.
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