Lednice Castle, Czech Republic A Heritage Site
Lednice Castle, is situated in a village in the Czech Republic, in South Moravia. In the year 1996, the Lednice Castle was declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The landscape designed at this place is an exceptional one which evolved in enlightenment. It is one of the largest palace with largest park in Czech Republic, which covers 200km2.
Lednice passed the house in hands of ‘House of Liechtenstein’ in the 13th century. The palace came to life as a Renaissance Villa by the 17th century, which then became a summer residence of ‘Price of Liechtenstein’. The Villa was designed and furnished by architect Johann Bernhard Fischer, Anton Johan and Domenico Martinelli. While, the park surrounding the residence is designed in English garden style. The Castle is known as one of the brilliant architecture piece.
Interior of Castle