Concert Venues

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 [...]

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

The Church of the Visitation of the Virgin Mary, Břeclav–Poštorná

At the end of the 19th century, the people of Poštorna began asking their ruler, Prince Jan II. of Liechtenstein for a new church, which would replace the already inadequate sanctuary. (According the parish chronicle the old church was built in 1339.  It was mentioned there again in 1570). The old church, which stood on [...]

LVHF Kostel Navštívení Panny Marie Břeclav-Poštorná

Lednice Minaret

Lednice Minaret is about 62 meters high romantic lookout tower located in the park of the Lednice Chateau. It is the oldest preserved lookout tower in the Czech Republic, the only minaret on the Czech territory and the tallest building of this type outside the Islamic countries as well. Initiated Alois I of Liechtenstein, the [...]

LVHF Minaret Lednice (c)

Church of the Birth of the Virgin Mary Velké Bílovice

In 1417, one of the most powerful families of South Moravia, the Liechtensteins, acquired the village of Velké Bílovice (Groß Billowitz). From 1536, for almost a hundred years, the owner of the whole Breclavian estate became the equally respected Zierotin family, who were also written indelibly in the history of South Moravia. After the Battle of [...]

LVHF Kostel Narození Panny Marie Velké Bílovice

Synagogue in Breclav

The original wooden synagogue from the beginning of the 16th century was destroyed by Swedish troops in 1643. At the end of the 17th century, a stone building was built on the site of today’s synagogue, which was rebuilt several times and served the Jewish community until the second half of the 19th century. However, due to insufficient [...]

LVHF Synagoga Břeclav (c)

Church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary Valtice

The Church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary dominates the south-eastern part of Valtice Square. It was built between 1631-1671 by Prince Karel Eusebio of Liechtenstein, and designed by Italian architect Giovanni Giacomo Tencalla. In 1638, during the construction of the church, the arch of the vault collapsed and the work was taken over [...]

kostel na nebevzeti PM Valtice

White Hall of Valtice Castle

Valtice Castle originated from the expansion of a castle, likely founded in the 11th century. From the late 14th century until the period of post-war confiscation, it served as the residence of ruling princes from the Lichtenstein family. Its impressive dimensions and splendid Baroque decoration still testify to its history as the residence of one [...]

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