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Lednice - John Castle (Janohrad)
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Lednice - John Castle (Janohrad)

At the turn of the 18th and 19 century, the Romantic period, it became fashionable to build the parks in the so-called artificial ruins - imitations of the old crumbling castles. Most were only part of the tower with the wall. John Castle is unique in its size and its practical use.

Na prelomu 18. a 19. stoleti, v obdobi romantismu, se stalo modou budovat si v parcich tzv. umele zriceniny a napodobeniny starych rozpadajicich se hradu. Vetsinou slo pouze o vez s casti zdi. Januv hrad je vsak jedinecny svoji velikosti a svym praktickym vyuzivanim.

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