Lednice, South Moravia, Czech Republic, is a small village in southwestern Czech Republic. As the world’s largest man-made garden landscape area, the precious historical relics survived in the 12th century made this place the United Nations in 1996. UNESCO rated it as a world cultural heritage. The most famous is this medieval castle and garden from Lednice. This palace once belonged to the Liechtenstein family's summer and winter residence. It took shape between 1846 and 1858. The neo-Gothic architectural style was particularly modern at that time. The duke likes to accept new things. Later, according to popular styles, the palace added various styles such as Baroque and Turkish tower. His friends often become guests of the castle in summer or Christmas season, and come here for parties and vacations. . The castle is like a place for art exhibitions from all over the world, decorated with furniture from all over the world. In the corridors are hanging unicorns made of antlers, killer whales and horse heads. The walls of the hall are equipped with medieval knights. The rooms are placed Chinese wallpaper porcelain, African artworks and world famous paintings, the overall decoration and decoration are enough to show the amazing wealth and power of the host. The most fascinating thing is this wood-carved spiral staircase in the library that took seven years to complete (Figure 4). With exquisite craftsmanship, a whole piece of wood is carved into a one-piece, intricately carved and exquisite staircase. The luxury is breathtaking.