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The fireplace in the representative chamber of the Frydlant castle.

The Frydlant castle was built in the 13th century, the last owners were the Clam-Gallas, who opened it to the public in 1801. Until today, furniture, household stuff and weapons (from the 13th century to the First World War) are preserved in excellent condition.
Guided castle tour lasts two hours, visitors pass through about 50 chambers and rooms, apartments of the Count and Countess, bathroom, kitchen, arsenal and the Chapel of St Anne.
Unfortunately, photos are allowed only in 4 rooms, in the other rooms the photos are completely prohibited.
In WS I posted two other photos of chambers.

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