5 most beautiful castles in South Moravia, Czechia

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South Moravia is one of three historical regions in Czechia, located in Eastern part of the country.
This region has a lot of history and beautiful castles. In this article we will show you the most wonderful ones here.

1. Lednice Chateau

Chateau Lednice is the most visited monument in Moravia. It was built for centuries by the Liechtenstein family as a representative summer and hunting lodge. The last rebuilding in the 19th century impressed him with the form of a romantic Neo-Gothic palace surrounded by an extensive park, the largest in Europe. The interiors were fitted with carving artworks, hallways and princely suites are exemplary of a typical palatial interior of the second half of the 19th century. Visitors can admire original furniture, paintings, walk through an artificial stalactite cave, or visit one of the exhibitions.

2. Bítov Castle

Bítov Castle is one of the largest and oldest castles in Moravian region. Castle was built in the 11th century. Above the building, there is meadering of River Želetavka, which you can see on the picture. In the half of the 13th century, the fort was rebuilt as an Gothic castle, guarding the southern borders of the Přemyslid lands.
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