This renovated 16th century Renaissance castle provides three stories of permanent exhibitions for art and sculpture. As you walk through the front doors, you are greeted by stone sculptures made by artists Matthias Bernhard Braun and Maximilian Brokof. Keep walking and you will find yourself strolling through three connected rooms that are chronologically organized full of medieval weapons and armor. There are audio recordings available to explain the pieces as you move from room to room. The ceilings here were painted in 1580 and represent scenes from antique mythology. The oldest works preserved at Schwarzenberg are from medieval books and prints, among drawings from the Renaissance period.
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