Czech Republic

Český Rudolec

Village on the Czech-Moravian-Austrian border

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Český Rudolec
Inserted: 21.06.2020
Author: Martin Javorský © gigaplaces.com
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A picturesque village with a chateau, which is called for its interesting architecture: „Malá Hluboká“, a Renaissance brewery and an originally Gothic church. It is one of the suitable starting points for trips to Czech Canada.

Český Rudolec chateau

The main attraction of the village is a Renaissance chateau, which is called „Little Deep“ due to its typical appearance. Unfortunately, the castle is in a desolate state. Reconstruction of the chateau began in 2014, and despite the still poor condition of the building, it is possible to pay for a guided tour of the chateau at a nearby information center.

Český Rudolec chateau
Author: Martin Javorský © gigaplaces.com
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