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The extensive castle complex in Telč is a real pearl of Moravian Renaissance architecture. Since 1992, along with the historic city center, it has been registered on the UNESCO World Heritage List. You can admire the beautiful Renaissance interiors with their greatest decoration - the Golden Hall, distinguished by a coffered, richly carved wooden ceiling. In the northern part of the palace there are also preserved salons of the last owners - Podstastzkých Liechtenstein, with authentic equipment. It is also worth visiting the French garden and the extensive English park with conservatory.
The first castle was erected in this place in the Gothic style - dungeons and cellars have survived to this day. In its place in the second half of the 16th century a new seat was built, which was strongly influenced by the Italian Renaissance. Due to its originality, Telč Castle was used to film, among others famous Czech fairy tale "Princess". There is an exhibition presenting the original costumes and props from this movie by Bořivoj Zeman.