Nebílovy Chateau

The architectural layout of the building is quite unique in the Czech lands. Two horseshoe-shaped buildings, situated opposite each other on the longitudinal axis of the courtyard, used to be connected on the sides by low wings with flat terraces. The interior decoration is also exceptional, represented by murals by Antonín Tuvora. The chateau was used as a farmyard for more than 120 years. Recently, the elaborately reconstructed and restored building have become a natural cultural and social centre of the southern part of the Pilsen district.