Concert Venues

The Knight’ Hall of Lednice Chateau

The noble family of Liechtenstein did not overlook the construction of the castle itself.  They altered the exterior in line with dominant contemporary building styles and also expanded the building. After baroque came classicism and then empire This was followed by the present-day English Tudor Gothic beauty of the chateau which was created in the [...]

LVHF Zámek Lednice (c) Jan Miklín

City Palais Liechtenstein in Vienna

Work on the original palace began in 1691, commissioned by Count Dominik Andreas Kaunitz to plans by Enrico Zuccalli. Nevertheless, in 1694, Prince Johann Adam Andreas I Liechtenstein purchased the unfinished building and with a purpose to rebuild it as the family’s principal residence. This task was completed by Domenico Martinelli and prominent contemporary artists [...]

LVHF Lichtenštejnský městský palác ve Vídni

Pond Chateau Lednice

Pond Chateau Lednice (Czech: Rybniční zámeček, German: Teichsalett) is the charming Classicist one-storey mansion which dominates the northern bank of the Middle Pond (Prostřední rybník). The Chateau was built in 1814–1816 by Prince Johann I of Liechtenstein by a design by architect Josef Kornhäusel. This gave rise to a small basement villa with a view on [...]

LVHF Rybniční zámeček (c)

Chateau Wilfersdorf (Austria)

Wilfersdorf Castle can be found in the Weinviertel (wine district) in the town of Wilfersdorf, in the Mistelbach district. The castle has been continuously owned by the Liechtenstein family and serves today as the property management offices of the princely estate in Weinviertel. It is renowned for its princely cellars. Around 1600, Gundakar of Liechtenstein [...]

LVHF Zámek Wilfersdorf (c)

St Cyril and Methodius Chapel Břeclav

CHAPEL OF ST. CYRIL AND METHODIUS According to a plan of Jan Heidrich, the neo-gothic chapel was built in 1856 on the command of Aloys II, Prince of Liechtenstein, as a gesture of thankfulness for recovery from a serious illness. Comprehensive reconstruction of the chapel’s exterior and interior took place in the 1970s and 1980s, [...]

LVHF Kaple sv. Cyrila a Metoděje Břeclav

Ceremony Hall Jewish Cemetery in Břeclav

Today’s dominant feature of the Jewish burial grounds – the neo-gothic ceremony hall from 1892 – had a turbulent fate. The prominent Austrian architect and politician Franz Knight von Neumann, whose most famous works include the neo-gothic town hall in Liberec and Frýdlant, the first lookout tower on Praděd (collapsed in 1959) and many buildings [...]

LVHF Břeclav Obřadní síň (c)

Valtice Castle Chapel

During the reign of Prince Josef Johan Adam of Liechtenstein (1721-1732) the residence at Valtice was the most important family architectural work. The Baroque chapel which forms part of the Castle is one of the most beautiful in the Czech Republic. This baroque jewel was built in the years 1726-1729 by Antonio Beduzzi, who was [...]

LVHF Zámecká kaple Valtice

Belveder Pleasure-House Valtice

Belvedere – the Empire pleasure-house – was designed by architect Joseph Hardtmuth at the instigation of Alois I, Prince of Liechtenstein. Prince bought the land on the Liščí (Fox) Hill in 1802 not only to build a representative building, but also a peasantry in the farm buildings nearby. However, he did not live to see [...]

LVHF2021 Belveder Valtice

St. Bartholomew’s Church Katzelsdorf-Bernhardsthall (Austria)

The first historically documented record of Katzelsdorf dates to the 1050. When Johann I Joseph Liechtenstein, prince of Mikulov and Valtice at that time, had purchased it, Katzelsdorf became part of the Valtice estate. During the adjustment of the borders between Czechoslovakia and Austria in 1925, the village lost its northern part, as well as [...]

LVHF Kostel sv. Bartoloměje Katzelsdorf

Charvátská Nová Ves

The premises of the Sokolovna in Charvátská Nová Ves Address: Tyršův sad 206/4, 690 06 Břeclav Czech Republic   A Croats Arrival to Valtice and the Liechtensteins The expansion of the Ottoman Empire into the Balkans was main reason for the arrival of the Croats to the area of not only the then Lower Austrian [...]