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Lobkowicz Palace

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With the distinction of being the only privately owned building in the sprawling Prague Castle complex, Lobkowicz Palace is home to one of the city’s finest art collections. A masterpiece of Baroque architecture, the palace stands next to the Royal Palace and was built in the mid-16th century for Czech nobleman Jaroslav of Pernštejn. The aristocratic Lobkowicz family took over the palace through a dynastic marriage in 1603, lost it under Communist occupation following World War II and regained control of it only in 2002.

The Lobkowicz private art collection is the biggest in the Czech Republic and has been augmented over 600 years of family history. The highlights are displayed in 22 ornate Baroque apartments and include a master class in European painting, with outstanding works by Pieter Brueghel the Elder, Cranach, Velázquez, Canaletto and Rubens.