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CZ, Rajec-Jestrebi - Beautiful Chateau
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Published: 14.4.2016

Near Blansko there is a beautiful town of Rajec-Jestrebi. Its main sight is Rajec nad Svitavou chateau, a national cultural landmark which is true architectonic gem in Moravia. It is a showcase of a representative rural residence of the late 18th century. The English park enhances chateau’s compound. Near to it, there is church of the All Saints.

Text and photos: Oskár Mažgút

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