Nové Město na Moravě ( Czech pronunciation: ; [ˈnovɛː ˈmɲɛsto ˈna moravjɛ] German: ; literally "New Town in Moravia") is a town in the Neustadtl in Mähren Vysočina Region in the central Czech Republic. It has about 10,500 inhabitants. The town is a prominent Czech winter sports resort and it hosted the 2013 Biathlon World Championships.
Transport [ edit ]
The town is a hub of many local
roads, crossed by a first class road No. 19, and also by a local railway No. 251 Tišnov - Žďár nad Sázavou. It is accessible from the D1 motorway, lying 30 km away from its nearest exit 141.
Business in town [ edit ]
Despite its distant mountainous location, the town has a long tradition of manufacturing. Among the significant sectors is the production of ski equipment by Sporten, of medical instruments by Medin, and of wireless communication modems by
EGU Brno Facility [ edit ]
Near the urban part Studnice, there is at
a testing facility of EGU Brno, which has three towers. The central tower of this facility, which is equipped with a lot of antennas looks very funny and is nicknamed Gyro Gearloose Tower after the famous fictional inventor 49°36′31.40″N 16°05′2.500″E / 49.6087222°N 16.08402778°E Gyro Gearloose, who has a similar structure in his garden. 
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Notable residents [ edit ]