Pravda Castle was a castle, the remains of which can be found on the hill above the village of Pnětluky. The name literally means the truth.

The first document to mention Pravda was written in 1380. Today's castle was probably built during second half of 15th century on top of a prehistoric fortification. At the time of construction it was a very modern and strong fortress. During the 16th century the importance of the castle diminished, resulting in its abandonment.

In modern times it has become a target for tourists and a place of meetings and festivals, during the 20th century, the castle's structure deteriorated significantly and attempts are being made to stabilize it.

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Founded: 15th century
Category: Castles and fortifications in Czech Republic

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Jana Kubíková (4 months ago)
Zřícenina hradu, hezká procházka lesem. K vidění jen opravdu zbytky hradeb a přesto si užijete přírodu. Na procházku s dětmi a se psi ideální.
Martin Kriz (5 months ago)
Oblíbené místo, kde jsem byl již mnohokrát. Třeba jen na procházce, nebo si opéct špekáček. Nedoporučuji to tady ale při soumraku. Začínají se tady dít s mlhou a stíny podivné věci.
Jan Peterka (6 months ago)
Super
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Je to tam super.
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