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For Liblice near Český Brod with broadcasting facility, see Liblice, Český Brod.
Liblice Chateau

Liblice is a village in Central Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic. It is 9 kilometres (6 mi) southeast of Mělník and 28 km northeast of Prague. The population is 483 (2006).

The main sight of Liblice is a Baroque chateau (1699–1706) designed by Giovanni Battista Alliprandi for Count Arnošt Josef Pachta of Rájov (Graf Ernst Josef Pachta Freiherr v. Rayhofen). The chateau serves since 1952 as a conference and recreational facility of Czech Academy of Sciences and was not accessible to public until 2007.

An extensive reconstruction of the castle, co-financed by the European Union funds, was completed in 2007, changing the premises into a conference and culturally-educational centre, a castle hotel with restaurants and a relaxing wellness centre.

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Coordinates: 50°18′46″N 14°35′24″E / 50.31278°N 14.59000°E / 50.31278; 14.59000