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Very interesting place

The Castle belongs together with Nelahozeves to William Lobkowicz, an old bohemian noble catholic... read more

Reviewed 23 November 2016
Václav V
via mobile
Impressive and atmospheric

This was an interesting experience. Communists "owned" the building for over 40 years and a... read more

Reviewed 7 June 2015
Lenka K
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Louny, Czech Republic
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23 Nov 2016
“Very interesting place”
22 Apr 2016
“not all open”
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Ochkova, Roudnice nad Labem 413 01, Czech Republic
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Reviewed 23 November 2016 via mobile

The Castle belongs together with Nelahozeves to William Lobkowicz, an old bohemian noble catholic family. There is a limited access to the Castle. Please follow the website. One of the largest castle complexes in Czech lands.

Thank Václav V
Reviewed 22 April 2016

one of four largest castles in Czech republic, but in bad condition. You can see only part of this building. Army music lived there few years ago and result is not much good

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Reviewed 7 June 2015

This was an interesting experience. Communists "owned" the building for over 40 years and a military musical school was here until 2008 (long after the communism fell) so repairs started only recently. There are over 200 emtpy rooms, with a guided tour leading only into...More

Thank Lenka K
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