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Český Šternberk - "Hladomorna" (Dungeon)
Czech Republic

“Hladomorna” or the “dungeon” is the name of the bastion on Český Šternberk’s southern end, part of an ingenious system of fortifications built at the turn of the 16th century. Source: http://www.hradceskysternberk.cz/?en.dungeon

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