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Castles, chateaux and ruins

Chateau Stará Ves nad Ondřejnicí

Zámek Stará Ves nad Ondřejnicí

It was a representative gentry mansion, built in renaissance style presumably in the location of the original fortress by the Syrakovský dynasty in the second half of the 16th century. Thanks to its purity of style as well as unique decorations it ranks among the significant sights of Moravia and Silesia. The castle serves to needs of the municipality. The arcade court is used for concerts.

Chateau Fulnek

Zámek Fulnek

The chateau situated on a high hill is the most significant landmark of the town and is visible from far away. It was built in the location of a former gothic castle from the 13th century, and its definitive appearance developed as late as the beginning of the 19th century. The precinct is made up of two buildings - the Upper Chateau and the later so-called Lower Chateau. The chateau, which is privately owned and not open to the public, is currently awaiting reconstruction.

Bartošovice Chateau

Zámek Bartošovice

The chateau, which was rebuilt into a two-storied square building with a 17th century arcade court is a landmark of the village of Bartošovice. In the interior there are lots of well-preserved features from the 19th century such as a balustrade, wood coffered panelling and coffered doors. The library with a marble fireplace is distinguished by its beauty and intactness. At present the chateau serves as a lodging establishment and an information centre, representative halls are available for holding social events. The chateau park allows for a pleasant walk.

Studénka Chateau

Zámek Studénka

The structures of the old and new chateau are among protected cultural monuments in Studénka. The renaissance chateau, the so-called Old Chateau, originated with the reconstruction of the gothic fortress from the beginning of the 15th century. A baroque chateau, the so-called New Chateau, was built in the vicinity in the mid-18th century. Both buildings were later adapted to neogothic style.