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Currently, the Ledebourg Palace, located on Wallenstein Square, houses the National Institute for Monument Protection. In 1852, the palace complex was acquired by Count Adolph Ledebourg, after whom it was later named.
The main attraction of the palace is the Ledeburk Garden, created by Jan Wenceslas in 1665. This is a typical example of Italian-style parks, which are usually created on hilly terrain, and are complemented by picturesque architectural elements (stairs, terraces, greenhouses, gazebos, fountains, observation decks, etc.).
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Topic: Ledebourg Palace in the Czech Republic, Prague spa.