As per the motto of Albrecht von Wallenstein: "Invita Invidia"
Baroque chateau with rich collections of the Waldstein (Wallenstein) family.
Originally Rennaisance chateau built at the beginning of the 17th century. At the end of the 17th century it was rebuilt in then modern Baroque style. In the interior there is a rich collection of furniture, Delftware, porcelain from Meissen, Japan or China, theatrical costumes, weaponry. The most unique rooms are fully functional historical theatre and library containing 22 thousand books, that was once cared of by Giacomo Casanova in Duchcov chateau. The chapel of St. Anna is final resting place of Albrecht of Wallenstein, imperial general from the Thirty Years War.