Český Šternberk Castle
The austere Gothic structure contains decorative château interiors. Český Šternberk Castle has belonged to the descendants of its founder, Zdeslav of Divišovec, the Lord of Sternberg, for eight centuries.
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The history of the manor was shaped by two families – Kolowrat and Schebek. The premises are particularly popular among children, since they feature many varied attractions and interactive expositions.
Zruč nad Sázavou is a château shrouded in mystery. This is due to its 1781 fire, which not only destroyed its valuable furniture but also important historical documents. The history of the manor was shaped by two families – Kolowrat and Schebek. The premises are particularly popular among children, since they feature many varied attractions and interactive expositions.
The château in Zruč nad Sázavou has evolved over the centuries, starting out as a medieval castle, which was later rebuilt as a Renaissance, Baroque and Classicist residence, until it was finally modified in a Historicist style towards the end of the 19th century. Its history was most significantly influenced by the noble house of Kolowrat and the Schebek family. Following the large fire, the château was rebuilt into its current neo-Gothic form.
Today, walking through the château interior is like taking a fascinating stroll through time, since each room is furnished in a different style – from antiquity all the way to art nouveau. There is a Museum of Boating near the castle, featuring a range of historic and modern water craft.