|Cesky Krumlov, Town View - Wikimedia Commons|
|Cesky Krumlov, Castle - Wikimedia Commons|
Part of the building of the town also included the building of a huge castle, called the Český Krumlov Castle. The town and castle have been owned by many many noble families over the centuries including the House of Rosenberg, House of Eggenberg and the House of Schwarzenberg. During the Second World War the Nazi's annexed the city, as part of the Sudetenland "Lebensraum" experiment. After 1945 the town fell within the communist republic of Czechoslovakia and it started to deteriorate. After the fall of the Iron Curtain in 1989, the city has been splendidly repaired to its former beauty.
|Church of St. Vitus- Wikimedia Commons|
The city can boast with beautiful scenery. It is an authentic Medieval town with a beautiful castle and Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque architecture. The castle has got a lot of sights including an authentic 17th century theater. The castle garden is a sight to behold. There is a beautiful 15th century Gothic church, the Church of St. Vitus with beautiful frescoes.
If the city is one ingredient that draws the crowds, then the inhabitants of the town is the other. The town has got many festivals during the year with the Five-Petalled Rose Festival the most popular. This is held on the weekend of summer solstice in June and the central part of town is recreated back into a medieval look and feel. Various medieval entertainment activities like jousting is held and the festival is ended with a huge fireworks display above the castle.
All in All, Cesky Krumlov is a unique destination that has stood the test of time and you will surely leave the city culturally richer than when you arrived.
Cesky Krumlov, has got fantastic accommodation available for all kinds of tourists and it is definitely one of the best places to use as a base to explore the greater Bohemia.
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