National cultural monument. The dominant of the Bohemian Paradise. Impressive remnants of a castle of the Vartenberk dynasty which was built on the top of double basalthill (488 m) by Čeněk from Vartenberk. Both of towers were immediatly called Panna (Virgin) and Baba (Hag). In time of Thirty Years War the castle was conquered by Swedish and emperors army too. The castle was burnt down and since 1648 was left in ruins. And as such as Ruins (Trosky) was described by Czech historian Bohuslav Balbín in 1681. In present days passes archaelogic research. From tower of castle is nice view to a big distance.
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Dominating feature of Bohemian Paradise
Trosky - tower Virgin Trosky - tower Virgin
Tower Virgin
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Ruins from above