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Local name: Státní zámek Hluboká
Hluboká Castle was erected in Neo-Gothic style. The first building that was built here was a 13th-century fortress. The present shape owes its renaissance from the nineteenth century, when it was modeled on the castle of Windsor. Today you can visit 140 chambers, admiring a rich collection of antique furniture, furniture and paintings.
Visitors can see, for example, a small and large dining room, a smoker's lounge, a morning lounge, a library and an armory. A major attraction is the castle kitchen with original decor. Authentic equipment and equipment were used until the 1940s. Visitors can also climb the 50-meter tower to enjoy the panoramic view of the area.
The ceilings and walls of the chambers were lined with precious wood, richly carved. In several halls, paintings of European masters, from the 18th century, portraits of the Schwarzenber family (castle owners) and Delft ceramics were exposed.