In the 19th Century the Lichtenstein family occupied the area of the Dyje-Morava triangle. Eventually, an area 4,232 hectares was created. This is home to red deer, roe deer, fallow deer and wild pigs.
The way through the reserve will take you to the southernmost tip of Moravia, right at the confluence of the Morava and Dyje rivers. You are now in the so-called Trojmezí: you are standing in the Czech Republic with Austria on your right hand and Slovakia on your left.