Milotice Chateau is known as a pearl of the Southeast Moravia. The Chateau was build at the place of a stronghold that was rebuilt into a Renaissance chateau in the 16th century. The golden age of the Milotice Chateau was when the Chateau was owned by K. A. Sereny who rebuilt the chateau in a baroque style at the beginning of the 18th century. The Chateau was his summer residence. He created the Complex that includes a French baroque garden, a riding hall and a stable, orangeries, a unique architectonic complex, that has been well preserved. In the present time the visitors can see the Chateau area with the honest court, a riding hall, a stable, two orangeries, a French park and a pheasantry with salets.
The tour shows the stylish interiors of the Chateau and in addition it demonstrates the lifestyle of the last owners of the Chateau, the family Seilern Aspang. The interiors were installed according to the period pictures and in cooperation with the daughter of the last owner of the complex Marietta Noirman Seilern Aspang. There is a permanent exposition of Moravian baroque sculptures in the baroque orangeries.
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