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The Archbishop’s Palace is one of the major historic heritage buildings in Czechia. It belonged to Olomouc Bishops and Archbishops, who used it as their representative residence.
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Gardens and Castle at Kroměříž, Czech Republic

Kroměříž, Czechia
The manicured magnificence planted at the Kroměříž Gardens and Castle are among the finest examples of landscape art ever produced in Europe. The grounds became a model across the continent and the globe. The first residence was built here on the castle site in Kroměříž at the end of the 15th century. It wasn’t until almost 200 years later that it was renovated into a Baroque palace with magnificent flower gardens.