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- Brno and surroundings (17)
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Shortly after its founding in 1181, the convent became a seat the Premonstratensians. It was burned down during the Hussite wars, and although restored, it ceased to exist in the following century. The...
Address: Růžová, Dolní Kounice
Remains of the castle, which was first documented in 1339. In 1401 it was seized and burned down and has never since been reconstructed.
The ruins of the castle lie above the confluence of two rivers. The castle was founded probably in the 14th century, but in 1442 it was occupied by knights of the pad and in the same year demolished by...
Remains of the castle from the 14th century, built by the ruler from Košíkova. During the period of the Husitte Wars, the Vojnove of Litavy took over it. From 1482, it is documented as abandoned. The moats...
The remains of fraternal site from the 16th and 17th century, the remains of the original tower and foundations of the presbytery and well have been preserved
The castle ruins can be found at the highest point of the rocky ridge, around which Bobrůvka Creek flows at the village of Skryje. The Rysov castle was built around the turn of the 13th to 14th centuries...
The castle is documented back to 1318, when it was established by Puta of Vildenberk. In 1371, Margrave Jan Jindrich purchased it. The castle was abandoned in the 14th century.
The ruin of a Gothic, later Renaissance castle. The first reference to the castle is from 1222, in later centuries it was demolished several times and rebuilt again. It was finally abandoned in the 18th...
tel.: 516452043, 732 546 942
Address: Hradní 7, Boskovice
Ruins of a bishop castle. The castle was established before the bishop Brun of Schauenburg. Around 1430 it was seized by the Hussites. In an unspecified time it was burnt down and abandoned.
The ruins of the castle, which was established in 1278 by Hartman, the son of Crhy of Ceblovice. At the beginning of the 14th century the estate was purchased by Vok of Sovince. Vok V gradually sold off...
Ruins of a Gothic castle with the remains of the palace walls and peripheral moat. The castle, which stood on an elongated rocky peak, was evidently built at the end of the 13th century and deserted four...
The reconstructed ruin of a stronghold built on the promontory above the Svitava river in the 15th century. At the beginning of the 19th century it was rebuilt into a hunting castle, which was abandoned...
tel.: 516446221, 603510603
The ruin of a castle built on the high bank above the Svitava river in the half of the 14th century. The castle was probably destroyed in the Hussite wars. Today remain only parts of the foundations and...
At this pilgrimage site, located between the villages of Malhostovice and Lipůvka, there are foundations dating back to the turn of the 10th to 11th century of the former church that was abolished in 1787...
Address: Doubravice nad Svitavou
Of the small stronghold remain only bulwarks and moats. According to documents the stronghold was built probably at the end of the 13th century and abandoned a century later.
The castle was founded at about the turn of the 13th to 14th century, and was first mentioned in 1350. Trmačov was allegedly abandoned during the Czech-Hungarian wars. Already by 1481 the castle is considered...
A strategic checkpoint on the roads between Brno and Vienna since ancient times playing a signifi cant part in their proper protection. The structure dates back to the fifteenth century and remains an...
The ruin of a stronghold built at the beginning of the 13th century in place of a wooden king’s castle. In 1645 it was conquered by Swedish troops and used as a guarding stronghold. It was abandoned at...
The ruin of a medieval border stronghold from the half of the 13th century. It was plundered by Swedish troops in the Thirty Years War.
Remains of a chapel from 1703. Originally a castle stood here in the 12th century. In the 13th century it was the royal residence, later the margrave's government of South Moravia. In 1423 it was destroyed...
Address: Kyjov, Bohuslavice
Preserved remains of the moat and ramparts of the castle, which was first recorded in 1373. In the 16th century it was abandoned and never reconstructed.
The ruins of a border castle built in the half of the 14th century. To the original rear castle was later added a front castle, which was in the 18th century rebuilt into a hunting castle. That forms the...
tel.: 515296215, 778719168
Address: Zámecká 93, Vranov nad Dyjí
The ruin of a stronghold on the rocky promontory above the dam lake. It was founded in the 14th century and rebuilt and enlarged after the end of the Hussite wars. In 1465 it was conquered by the king’s...
tel.: 515282211, 604891875
The ruins of a defence stronghold founded by the king Přemysl Otakar II in the half of the 13th century. From 1422 the castle was occupied by knights of the pad and the Moravian estates stepped in and...
Address: Podhradí nad Dyjí
Of the medieval stronghold on the rocky bank above the creek today remains only part of the palace walls, fortifications and moats. The place was probably destroyed during the Czech – Hungarian wars in...
The ruin of a Gothic stronghold owned from the half of the 13th century by the Templar Order. After 1312 when the Order was abolished, it was owned by several noble houses and was finally left to decay...
The remains of a castle built probably in the first half of the 13th century and destroyed in the 15th century.
The small castle was built in 1860 on the highest hill in the area.
tel.: 601374437, 515220323
The remains of a medieval castle on a promontory above the Vlkov lake. There are visible remains of walls and bulwarks. The castle was founded probably in the 13th century and destroyed in the second half...
The ruin of a castle today shows only parts of the former palace and a square tower. The castle was built in the 16th century from a medieval stronghold and was left after the Thirty Years War.