Cesky Sternberk

Cesky Sternberk Castle is a well-preserved castle built around 1241, situated just 45km from Prague. The castle is connected with the old Czech noble family of Sternberk, which has a gold six-pointed star on its coat-of-arms. Inside the castle you will see attractive interiors full of the fascinating Sternberk family collections. One is a remarkable set of copper engravings from the Thirty Years War, which contains more than 500 leaves.

Cesky Sternberk

Founded in 1242 on a sheer cliff above the Sázava River, the fortress home of the Šternberk family commands wonderful views of the valley. The castle was remodelled in the baroque style by Italian craftsmen between 1660 and 1670. The rococo Chapel of St Sebastian and the Yellow Room, with …

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