The Lednice-Valtice Cultural Landscape is a cultural-natural complex of 283,09 km² in the Czech Republic, South Moravian Region. The House of Liechtenstein began to create a unique manmade landscape complex at the end of the 18th century - during the 19th century they continued transforming the area, which has since been called the "Garden of Europe", into a large landscape park. It includes two castles and many surrounding sites, such as this one: the Minaret is a 62-m-high Moorish Revival structure in the Lednice Castle garden (finished in 1804), and it serves as an observation tower.
Great card, gorgeous stamp :) Thank you Jana!
(Unesco cards from the Czech Republic turned out to be pretty hard to find...but I'd never have anticipated that Canada would be so tough! Not a single card yet :/)