Charles' Crown - chateau

Karlova Koruna

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Pražská 1, 503 51 Chlumec nad Cidlinou

The Karlova Koruna Chateau was built as a summer residence in 1721-1723 by Count František Ferdinand Kinský – the highest chancellor and highest gamekeeper in the Czech Kingdom, according to the plan of one of the foremost Baroque builders, Jan Santini Aichel. Construction of the chateau took only three years. As a tribute and memorial to the coronation of Emperor Charles VI and his subsequent visits to the chateau in Chlumec nad Cidlinou the owner named it “Karlova Koruna.” The structure itself has a unique plan in the shape of a royal crown.

Information

Category chateau
Certificates and memberships Tourist stamp
Cultural monument
Style baroque (100%)
Services barrier-free WC, children's corner, event planning and hosting, sale of novelties and souvenirs, sale of tourist cards, sale of tourist stamps, space available for rent, WC, weddings and other celebrations
Staff languages English
Date of construction 1721

Tours / exhibitions

Interior exposition
Description Indoor exposition acquaints visitors with the history of the Kinský family in portraits and the breeding of Kinský horses - the Chlumec "plavák" (also known as "isabelles" or "palominos").
Foreign languages tour guide (Czech)
Exhibition specialization horses / hippology, regional history
Minimum / maximum number of people per guide 5/50
Chateau park
Open to public open entry Photography allowed:  YesVideo cameras allowed:  Yes

Availability

Distance from parking lot 0 m (own)
  • capacity personal: 50, free
  • capacity coaches: 5, free
Bus/tram stop 1 km
The nearest train stations
Nearest bus stop
The nearest airport
  • Pardubice (26 km)
  • Mnichovo Hradiště (53 km)
  • Václav Havel Aiport (85 km)
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