Mělník is a town in the Central Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic. Among other things, Charles IV merits credit for bringing vineyards to the Czech Lands. He had the lands cultivated according to the French model just to grow grapes. Mělník has become famous mainly for its Ludmila wine named after the saint. A culinary trip to these parts should never leave out a trip to the chateau belonging to the Lobkowicz family. The tour of the chateau ends in a wine cellar. A drop of wine will hopefully help you to wash away your impressions of the ossuary which reminds you of the horrors of the Thirty Years´War.
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