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The bedroom and dressing room of princess Eleonor, the Hamilton's closet and the reading room are all decorated with paintings by European masters of the 16th - 18th centuries, beautiful chandeliers, late Renaissance window panes, and Delft china. The most precious pieces of furniture are situated in the Morning Drawing Room and complemented with painted Chinese vases from the 18th century.
The portraits on the walls of the Morning Drawing Room, small dining room, smoking and reception rooms depict the most important members of the Schwarzenberg lineage. On the walls of the great dining room are exhibited a valuable collection of tapestries, woven in Brussels in the first half of the 17th century.
The biggest hall is the library with a panel ceiling, transferred to Hluboká from the family castle of the Schwanzenbergs. The armoury at Hluboká is of a very high standard. The late Gothic altar with dominates the Gothic Revival chapel carved folding wings.
Today, in the former castle riding school, is situated a South Bohemia Gallery of Mikuláš Aleš, with an outstanding exhibition of Gothic paintings and statues as well as of Dutch and Flemish art from the 17th and 18th centuries and with changeable exhibitions in the main hall. In the mid 19th century a riding lodge was built next to the castle. Today it houses the Aleš South Bohemian Gallery, which displays exquisite Gothic paintings and statues.