cechy pod kosirem, plumlov
CZ-1253173 - Arrived: 2017.09.28 --- Plumlov is a town in the Olomouc Region, Czech Republic. Plumlov is the site of a castle which was personally designed by Prince Karl Eusebius of Liechtenstein, an avid devotee to the art of building. Known then as Plumenau Castle, it was intended as a jewel of Baroque architecture. The castle was confiscated from its owners in 1931. It is now in the possession of the local government in Plumlov.
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Zámek Čechy pod Kosířem/Čechy pod Kosířem Chateau - The building got its current Classicist appearance in the middle of the 19th century. At the same time, the original Baroque garden was also extended and modified into a natural landscape park. The park once served as a studio for the prominent Czech painter Josef Mánes.