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Szigliget Castle ,
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Szigliget Castle

"The castle was built on order of the Abbey of Pannonhalma between 1260 and 1262. Situated on top of the 239-metre highCastle Hill (Várhegy) the renovation of this ruined, elongated building is in progress. A spectacular view over the Balaton can be enjoyed from here. "

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