Nebílovy Chateau is an example of stylishly pure, Viennese-orientated Baroque architecture, which is unique in our country. From 1706, it was built by the important Plzeň based architect, Jakub Auguston, according to an unknown design by the imperial architect, Johann Lucas Hildebrandt. The chateau is made up of two buildings facing each other, which used to be linked on the sides by arcade corridors with terraces. The chateau was rebuilt at the end of the 18th century by V. Haberditz and J. I..... [More about Nezvěstice]
The palace of Nebílovy is an example of a very pure Vienna-oriented architecture of a baroque palace which is unique in our area. Construction of the castle began in 1706 by the famous Plzeň (Pilsen) master Jakub Auguston, according to an unknown design by the imperial architect Johann Lucas Hildebrant. The palace consists of two buildings facing each other which used to be connected by arcade corridors and terraces along their sides. By the end of the 18th century the palace was repaired by V. Haberditz and J. L. Palliardi. On this occasion, the Prague painter Antonín Tuvora adorned the rooms and the large ceremonial hall with motifs of exotic countryside. In 1998 the front palace with its baroque and rococo furniture was reopened to visitors. Here motifs of flowers are to be found in fine arts and applied arts. The chandelier from Venice represents a unique piece of the interior design.