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Chateau Dobříš

The magnificent Rococo style residence from the 18th century.

The magnificent residence from the 18th century fully resembling the period, taste and style of the French King Louis XVI, appealed so much to the Nazis during the Second World War that they dispossessed the aristocratic owners of it. For the period of another 50 years it served as “the House of writers” for recreational and creative stays of pro-regime artists and other prominent persons.

Address

Zámek Dobříš, 263 01 Dobříš

GPS: 49.781365696228136, 14.178426054323978

Phone

+420 318 521 240

info@zamekdobris.cz

www.zamekdobris.cz

Jul 4, 2015

Battle of Mníšek

Mníšek pod Brdy

Historic day full of fencing and theater at the castle in Mníšek pod Brdy, ending with a very loosely enacted conquest of Mníšek Castle by the Swedes during the Thirty Years' War.
Historic day full of fencing and theater at the castle in Mníšek pod Brdy, ending with a very loosely enact...
Sep 26, 2015Sep 27, 2015

Karlštejn Vintage

Státní hrad Karlštejn 172
267 18 Karlštejn

This historic wine festival under Karlštejn Castle promises a great program in medieval style.
This historic wine festival under Karlštejn Castle promises a great program in medieval style.
Sep 12, 2015Sep 13, 2015

Pottery markets Beroun

Beroun

Spring and autumn invite you to the famous pottery markets in Beroun.
Spring and autumn invite you to the famous pottery markets in Beroun.
 

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