There are mythical images of the god Apollo on a sun chariot, a pair of cupids with Apollo’s lyre and four figures of the muses. All of these are part of the figurative elements on the front facade of another magnificent structure built for John Liechtenstein on the side of the Mlýnský Pond.
The Empire-style manor, dedicated to the ancient sun god Apollo, is decorated with simple Doric columns. A winding staircase ascends to an imposing terrace with a Classicist balustrade. The manor was built in 1817–1819 by the Viennese architect Joseph Kornhäusel, who succeeded Joseph Hardtmuth as the Liechtensteins’ principal architect. The interior of the temple is unfortunately not open to the public.