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Chateaux, fortresses and ruins

Aueršperk Castle Ruin

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49° 32' 18.4776" N 16° 18' 22.32" E
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The lords of Pernštejn founded the early Gothic castle Aušperk in the 13th century. Remnants of its fortifications and cylindrical tower's torso remain. 

Dalečín Castle Ruin

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49° 35' 32.5464" N 16° 14' 37.4244" E
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The lords of Pernštejn built Dalečín in 1358. In later periods, this castle was a seat to robber knights, and was thus razed in 1519. 

Pyšolec Castle Ruin

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49° 32' 39.7572" N 16° 20' 4.2468" E
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Remaining from the 13th-century early Gothic castle Pyšolec are parts of the walls, palace and torso of its massive cylindrical tower. 

Skály Castle Ruin

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49° 38' 20.1984" N 16° 10' 17.688" E
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The Horácká Gallery, Nové Město na Moravě

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49° 33' 41.724" N 16° 4' 31.908" E
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The Horácká Gallery is located in a chateau built by the Dubský Family from Třebomyslice, at the end of the 16th century. During the Thirty Years' War the chateau was plundered by the Swedish troops and after the great fire in 1723 it became desolated. The chateau was rebuilt into the Neo-Renaissance style in 1874 and ...

Zubštejn Castle Ruin

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49° 31' 49.278" N 16° 19' 36.0156" E
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Zubštejn was one of Moravia's oldest castles, founded by the lords of Medlov apparently around 1200. It began falling to ruin in the 16th century. The residential tower, castle palace and several parts of the walls still stand. Here you may see replicas of siege weapons. 

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