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The castle gardens in Lednice belong to the UNESCO palace and park complex. Its beginnings fall in the 18th century. It consists of French, geometric gardens, which are transformed into a natural, romantic English park away from the palace. There are several dozen sculptures and garden buildings between the plants.
The gardens in Lednice are considered one of the most beautiful in the Czech Republic. They connect with the castle park in Valtice and together they have an area of about 300 square kilometers. The baroque French garden is closest to the palace. It consists of flower beds planted so that they resemble colorful carpets, lawns, geometric alleys and evenly trimmed hedges. There is also a conservatory adjacent to the castle.
Further extends the English park. It consists of natural woods and meadows. Because the entire park is built in wetlands, a pond with fifteen islands was created as part of land improvement. Among the trees were romantic buildings, such as the 70-meter minaret, modeled on Roman aqueducts, ancient temples and neo-Gothic ruins.