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Archbishop’s Chateau and Gardens, Kromeriz
(4.7/5 based on 95 reviews on the web)
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  • We spent a lovely morning touring the zámek and the gallery. The tour of the ceremonial rooms is interesting and detailed. The gallery has an interesting collection of religious art but is not overwhl...  more »
  • A fine example of Baroque architecture, a very interesting exposition, geometric courtyard used as a Lapidarium-collection of coats of arms of all the local archbishops from 16 century. Striking beauty garden, located below the Palace, walk and walk! In the Palace except the permanent exhibition there are also temporary exhibitions. We went (with pleasure!) to the exhibition one of forty world copies the shroud. The exhibition is preceded by media-information on the history of the shroud and the creation of the exhibited copies, the only reconstruction in the world made by blood. True, it is very ... mmm ... meaningful and interesting. The only "but", which may become an obstacle-all Czech.
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  • part of Unesco, which allows various possibilities for combination tickets. We made the ticket arcadia (see review round gardens) which also includes a pleasant ride in the Park of the site with an electric train. The Park is vast, with many animals, ponds with Lotus flowers, and majestic trees. In the Interior of the Palace we explored the boardrooms (mark it as particularly interesting the great baroque Salon of hearings and especially the wonderful library); the Gallery not very great, but with different works of rare beauty including Cranach the elder and a splendid Titian and Sala Terrena. This low floor includes a glass of local wine and some salons with special decorations. Really original two artificial caves including one where is recreated a medieval mining cave with miners who work there. Very special. Maybe prices are a bit high for the standards of the country and you have to be a little careful to expect, but the site is worthwhile and interesting visits. A city that surprises outside the usual tourist itineraries
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