A rare example of a furnished residence, Thun Castle still preserves an exceptional artistic collection that has built up over many centuries of history. The captivating sequence of rooms is furnished with pieces dating from the 16th to the 19th century, including sofas, chests of drawers, wardrobes, sideboards, and daybeds. Adorning the walls, there is a painting gallery of almost four hundred works featuring family portraits, landscapes, still lifes, religious, and mythological subjects. Among the artists there are Jacopo Bassano, Camillo Procaccini, Giuseppe Maria Crespi, Giovanni Battista Lampi, Joseph Bergler, Francesco Guardi, as well as representatives of 19th-century Central European painting (Kohl, Vollmer, Achenbach, Heinlein). Alongside precious glassware, including goblets, glasses, pitchers, and compotes, mostly of Bohemian origin, there are majolica, porcelain, alabaster sculptures, vases, candelabras, objects in pewter, bronze, and copper. The collections of edged weapons and firearms, as well as the unique collection of sleds and carriages, provide eloquent testimony to the glorious past of the family.

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