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Telč has been dubbed the “Venice of Moravia” for its picturesque appearance. It has kept its charm thanks to the preserved historical centre and collection of fishponds and gates. Visitors will be enchanted by the complex of historical houses in Renaissance and Baroque style on the main square, the arcades and facades of which were built according to a single design. The original Royal Moated Fort, dating back to the 13th century has been preserved to this day as has the extensive Renaissance chateau complex with chateau garden.
Telč - Zacharias of Hradec square  / © Ladislav RennerTelč - Zacharias of Hradec square  / © Ladislav RennerTelč - chateau
Telč  / © Lubomír StiburekTelč - historical festivalTelč - chateau - interior  / © Ing. Lubomír Čech

Points of Interest
The entrance to a gallery of work by the leading Czech painter, graphic designer and illustrator, Jan Zrzavý, can be found in the chateau garden in Telč. His early work was influenced by Cubism and later, the influence of neo-classicism and study of the Gothic masters and works of Leonardo da Vinci exhibited themselves in his work.
 
Entry into the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage List: 1992
 
More information: http://www.telc.eu/
 

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