Historic, mystical, fairytale-like locations
Hradec nad Moravicí
This chateau hosted Beethoven, Liszt and Paganini, while also serving as the backdrop for the TV series The Labyrinth, or the Ukrainian movie Pushken.
The interior and exterior of the neo-gothic Red Chateau and the Empire-style White Chateau are now known to some Czech and foreign filmmakers. The entire complex is also part of the largest park of the Moravian-Silesian Region.
This chateau creates a magical atmosphere together with the surrounding ponds and natural sceneries. It is as if it came straight from a fairytale.
This used to be a yeoman fortress, reconstructed as a Renaissance chateau in the 16th century. It has three arcade wings, a court, brewery and a spacious forest park with four ponds. In the first third of the 19th century, the Larisch-Mönnich family modeled the chateau as a classicist residence with a classicist hothouse.
In the past, Raduň was used as a backdrop in the film Konto Separato.