Milotice Chateau is known as a pearl of the Southeast Moravia. The Chateau was build at the place of a stronghold that was rebuilt into a Renaissance chateau in the 16th century. The golden age of the Milotice Chateau was when the Chateau was owned by K. A. Sereny who rebuilt the chateau in a baroque style at the beginning of the 18th century. The Chateau was his summer residence. He created the complex that includes a French baroque garden, a riding hall and a stable, orangeries, a unique architectonic complex, that has been well preserved. In the present time the visitors can see the Chateau area with the honest court, a riding hall, a stable, two orangeries, a french park and a pheasantry with salets.
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