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The neo-renaissance chateau was built between 1873 and 1883 as a summer residence for King Charles I. There are 170 rooms in it. The interiors are decorated in a baroque style - decorated with allegorical frescoes, precious fabrics and carved wood. Currently, the palace houses a museum.
The museum collections include, among others collection of weapons and armor over 4 thousand exhibits and a collection of silver and metal consisting of 5.5 thousand. exhibits, mainly utility items such as plates, goblets and snuff boxes. You can also see a unique collection of glass from Germany, Austria, Italy, France and the Czech Republic. It has 1.5 thousand. items including crystals and colored glass.
In addition, the collection includes a collection of 50 clocks - standing, wall and miniature pocket clocks. Most of them come from the 19th century and belonged to King Charles I. It is also worth taking a look at the collection of 800 stained glass windows depicting religious scenes, scenes from the life of aristocrats and motifs from fairy tales.