This was a kind of "home for the aged" (for the retired workers) Counts of Turjak took care of them by giving them food once a day. To express their thanks, the workers had to pray for their landlords.
My grand grand father was one of them. He was blind and unable to do other kind of work.
The castle has never had a park, but there were many paths used for walking. Some of them were used by the upper classes only.
North from the castle, counts found shelter from the summer heat at the avenue planted with lime trees
Favorite thing: At the time I visited the castle, a great charity concert was performanced. And that's why those two spearmen are standing in front of the entrance to the castle yard.