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The original mansion built by the architect Giovanni Domenico Canevalle was rebuilt into a Baroque chateau by František Josef Jiří in the 1830s. Its final design was planned by the architect František M. Kaňka. At the end of the 19th century an English park was founded in the mansion surroundings that is now used as a place for Wallenstein festivities organised there every May Day. At the end of the 19th century the castle was used as a farmstead, and after the first half of the 20th century it was changed to a museum. On the back side of the castle there are 4 tomb stones from the lords of Jahn. The epitaphs on the tomb stones are among the oldest monuments in existence in the town of Litvínov.