Rabí is a ruined castle in Southwestern Bohemia.
It is the largest castle (in terms of area) from all Czech castles. Its name might derive from the German word raben (raven), or it could be mangled Czech name vrab(č)í vrch (sparrow's peak).
This is where Jan Žižka was blinded.

Rabí is a ruined castle in Southwestern Bohemia.

It is the largest castle (in terms of area) from all Czech castles. Its name might derive from the German word raben (raven), or it could be mangled Czech name vrab(č)í vrch (sparrow's peak).

This is where Jan Žižka was blinded.