Princesses Nora and Gabriella, Princes Alfred and Wolfgang of Lichtenstein and Princess Maria-Pia Gothbauer are cousins of His Highness Prince Hans Adam II. And at the same time the ambassador of Liechtenstein in Austria and the Czech Republic, they drank with a lot of gulach at the end of some lines of the family.
An exhibition on the historical significance of Opava and the Grnov family was launched today at a ceremonial opening at the Silesian National Museum.
Lichtentejn Princess Nora: This is my first visit to Opava, I am very happy here, thank you for the opportunity to meet you. Glad to hear the area is connecting with the family. The construction highlighted the moments of this fruitful union between the Opava and Grnovsk families, announced by Princess Nora at the vernissage.
For me personally, this journey represents the memories of my family from this region. The stories they narrated to me were full of images of this beautiful landscape. On behalf of the family, I would like to thank you for saving the memories of the family. For us, having such a meme is a big bet. My brother Prince Hans Adam II., who visited Opava twice, could not drink, but I would be very happy to tell him how beautiful this building is, said Princess Nora, the eloquent of the building and their envy.
Thanks to the rapport between Opava and Vaduz, something completely unique has been achieved, and that is to acquire a very rich history from the Lichtenstein art collections. Not only in Opava, but in the entire Czech Republic, I dare say, there has not been a similar scale of construction for at least a hundred years, Opava Mayor Tom Navrtle commented on this year’s diplomatic event.
Construction can be seen in the museum’s historic construction building from September to January of the fifth year. It wouldn’t even have been built without the Lichtentejn, whose family originally donated the land for its construction at the end of the 19th century. From the Liechtenstein Archives and Museum, you can find a unique collection there, the deposit is only available anywhere and everywhere.
For example, the late Baroque tableau contains precious and semi-precious stones and portraits of nobles and princesses, including a primitive equestrian portrait of Hans Adam I measuring 3.5 x 3 meters. Also noteworthy is the beautiful abraga, a gold-embroidered horse saddle, museum spokesman David Vala said, adding that the building represents Lichtenstein’s countryman and co-owner of the Swarajya Women. For their economic and financial activities.
Losing the family of the family, went to Krnov and then Vdn car.
Necho Rog’s relations with Opava and Krnov are historically very close. They worked in Opava and Krno for three centuries, the symbols of Opava and Krno are part of the national emblem of Liechtenstein and King John Adam II. It still bears the name of Opava and the Duke of Grnovsk.
The family belonged to the wealthy domestic nobility, which belonged to the Letnis-Valdis Arele. After the establishment of the Republic of Slovakia in 1918, the property was transferred to the Order of Beni after World War II. The family is trying to get these properties back in court.