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Boskovice Castle
Boskovice Castle was originally built in Gothic style, later rebuilt into Renaissance style. 
The castle was destroyed by the army of John of Luxembourg. 
It was repaired and damaged several times and since 1690 it was dismantled 
for the construction of the castle and other buildings in the city. 
A technical attraction is a 26 m deep well powered by a wooden
 pedal wheel, the only functional in the Czech Republic 

Chateau Blansko
The first mention of the Blansko castle dates back to the 14th century. 
The foundations of the cylindrical tower, which are still preserved, 
date back to the Romanesque period. The chateau also includes 
the Blansko Museum, which is located here. 
We can see products of Blansko artistic cast iron or the history 
of research of the Moravian Karst.
The chateau hosted, for example, the physician and prominent
internationally renowned archaeologist Jindřich Wankel, 
the Austrian writer Ferdinand von Saar. The most important personality 
associated with the Blansko castle is Karolina Meineke, the wife of the future 
English King William IV.

Chateau Boskovice
Empire chateau in Boskovice is one of the most beautiful Empire chateaux in Moravia. 
The Boskovice chateau was rebuilt from a Dominican monastery 
that used to stand there earlier.

Kunštát Chateau in Moravia
Originally on the site of the castle stood Kunštát castle,
whose roots date back to the 13th century. Later the chateau was rebuilt 
into a Renaissance style, which was then modified with elements of the Baroque style.
At present, it boasts a romantic style. From the regional point of view, 
the chateau is of great importance; it was the only elected 
Czech king of the nobility - Jiří of Kunštát and Poděbrady.

Letovice Chateau
The original appearance of the castle was a wooden fortress. 
It was later rebuilt into a Gothic-style castle, which was rebuilt 
into a set of chateau buildings. Visitors can see the underground corridors, 
dungeon, torture chamber or wine cellars.

Lysice Chateau
 The Baroque chateau was built on the site of the original water
 fortress at the beginning of the 19th century. 
 The interior is equipped with beautiful baroque and rococo furniture. 
 Visitors can visit the castle garden, which is decorated with a promenade colonnade. 
 The tour also includes a visit to the orangery.
Rájec Chateau - Jestřebí
The Classicist chateau in Rájec rises on the site of one of the two wooden
 forts that was destroyed by the Hussite wars. Visitors are interested in the rich equipment 
of the chateau, which is a relic of the Salmu family.
 For art lovers there is a collection of oriental porcelain 
or chateau picture gallery.
Night tours are also suitable for small children (meet nobles, soldiers, etc.).