The Telc Chateau ranks among the gems of Moravian Renaissance architecture. Its attractiveness is enhanced by the very sensitive approach of the owners to its heritage, thus the original interiors have been preserved in very good condition. A Gothic castle was built in Telc in the second half of the 14th century. It was extended a hundred years later and after 1550 constructionally transformed. By building a Renaissance Chateau including the All Saints Chapel, the spectacular residence of one of the prominent Moravian noblemen, Zacharias of Hradec, was created.
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