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Date:8/12/2019
In the Footsteps of the House of Liechtenstein
Come visit the sites in Moravia left behind by the famous noble family! The House of Liechtenstein is one of the oldest noble families in Central Europe. For over 700 years, they lived and reigned on estates that are located across all of Moravia. But their main seat was always in South...

Come visit the sites in Moravia left behind by the famous noble family!

In the Footsteps of the House of Liechtenstein The House of Liechtenstein is one of the oldest noble families in Central Europe. For over 700 years, they lived and reigned on estates that are located across all of Moravia. But their main seat was always in South Moravia. They used to own the chateaus in Valtice, Lednice, Bučovice, Úsov, Plumlov, and Velké Losiny, as well as the towns of Břeclav, Opava, and Krnov. They significantly contributed to forming the cultures there, and they were instrumental in developing viniculture and horse-breeding. A trip in the footsteps of the House of Liechtenstein will be full of surprises!  
 
 

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