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Buchlovice is a small town in Moravia and is known primarily for its baroque chateau surrounded by beautiful gardens. It is one of the most significant noble residences in the whole of Bohemia.

Buchlov Castle, the oldest monument in the town, was built in the 13th century and has been used by the owners of the local goods for centuries. At the end of the 17th century, the then owner, Jan Dětřich of Petřvald, married an Italian woman, Eleonora Colonna de Fels. According to the records, it was at her instigation that Jan Dětřich decided to build a new, late-baroque residence due to complaining about the severe cold in the castle walls, dating back to the Middle Ages.

It stood a few kilometers from the town and was called the Buchlovice Castle. It is now the biggest attraction in Buchlovice, attracting tourists from all over the country. The palace is considered to be one of the best examples of residential architecture in the country. It is surrounded by the Buchlovice chateau park with French and Italian-style gardens that descend from the slopes of the hill in terraces. In the 19th century, one of the owners of the property, Bedřich Berchtold, a trained botanist, started the local dendrological collection. The park also has a large collection of different species of fuchsia. There is also a falconry room and a wine cellar.

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