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Historical hindsight: The splendid palace complex was gradually growing in the period 1623ќ1630. The construction of this beautiful gem was the credit of one of the most mighty and richest aristocrats of his time Albrecht Wenzel Eusebius von Wallenstein (Valdџtejn). Originally, the Trčka Palace used to stand here, further also twenty-three houses, three extensive gardens and the old brickworks, decorated bronze sculptures, a sala terrena and an artificial cave. The palace itself is organized around several courtyards. The main facade stretches over 60 meters.: it is punctuated by numerous windows and three portals. Also worth seeing is the outer courtyard, the private chapel,, surprisingly tall and narrow, with frescoes and gilded stucco, where family members could attend religious celebrations from Private balconies on different floors.
Today's overview: Currently the palace is the residence of the Senate of the Parliament of the Czech Republic. However, it is possible to visit its most beautiful reception rooms on Saturday and Sunday (free admission). Space is the most outstanding representation of the great hall covering two floors, 288 m long: its monumental architecture is one of the most brilliant achievements of the early Baroque in Central Europe. Other beautiful rooms of the palace are open to the public on weekends, the knights' hall, courtroom and hallway mythology.
Sorry for my bad English! ееееееееееееееееееееееееееееееееееееееееееееееееееееееееееееееееееееееееееееееееееееее You can find more information about the Wallenstein Palace here: English