See 'Friends' Events' for more information about the following events:
The Friends’ Working Holidays 2015 - Restoration of renowned landscape garden at Krásný Dvůr from Thursday 27th August to Tuesday 1st September
Garden Visit on 18th September 2015 starting at Painshill Landscape Garden at 10.30am in the café
Issue 12 of The Newsletter is out now
including The Friends' Work at Karlštejn - Nelahozeves and the Princely Lobkowicz Family - The Monastery of Broumov
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A charity campaigning to raise funds for the repair and conservation of the substantial legacy of historic buildings and their contents, artefacts, gardens and parks in the Czech Republic. The Friends also campaigned successfully for the establishment of the Czech National Trust in the Czech Republic.
Patrons EVA JIŘIČNÁ CBE RA and GREG HANDS MP
Registered charity number 1127919 Images: above,over the birdge of Prague. © che; below, the Flower Garden of Kroměříž
The Czech Republic, situated in the heart of Europe, and comprising the historic regions of Bohemia, Moravia and Czech Silesia has a cultural legacy of international significance, with twelve UNESCO-listed sites.
This small country has the largest concentration of great houses and palaces in Europe, built by Czech Renaissance magnates and the wealthy nobility of the Habsburg Empire, while the castles that are such a dramatic feature of the landscape reflect Bohemia's power and influence in the Middle Ages.
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Restoration of renowned landscape garden at Krásný Dvůr
Thursday 27th August to
Tuesday 1st September