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Zamek Czocha


The castle of Czoch was built in the 13th century for King Waclaw II of Czechia as a defensive barrier for the north of Czechia. At the beginning of the 15th century, the castle lost it's military position and became a residence for noble families.

In the 16th and 17th centuries, the castle was twice rebuilt in the style of the Renaissance. In 1793, there was a fire in the castle, and it was partially ruined. Many pieces of art were lost. A year later, the owners rebuilt the ruined parts. A last renovation was made between 1909 and 1914. The interior of the castle was modernized.


Information on this page is gathered from some internet sources and probably contains mistakes.

For more info: visit this great website: www.zamekczocha.pl .