The neo-gothic Schwarzenberg family tomb is one of the most interesting architectural monuments in South Bohemia.
The Schwarzenberg family began to rule in the Trebon Region in 1660. The inspiration to build a family tomb came from Eleanor Schwarzenberg, the wife of Jan Adolf Schwarzenberg II. Builder F.D. Dewortzky constructed the tomb between 1874 and 1877. It is a six-sided neo-gothic building with a beautiful tower and majestic double stairs surrounded by an English park.
There is a sophisticated drainage system beneath the tomb to prevent dampness and water damage, because the lower part of the building is under the surface of the Svet Pond.