Dobroniva Castle Ruin
The ruin of the castle “Dobroniva” lies in the village Podzamcok (SVK). Which was founded after Tatar invasion in the second half of the 13th century as the guard object. It was the center of the life until the 16th century.
Ruina hradu “Dobroniva” v obci Podzámčok. Hrad vznikol v druhej polovici 13.storočia po tatárskom vpáde, slúžil ako strážny objekt a bol centrom života až do 16.storočia.
The spring water of the river Neresnica, Zvolen, Slovakia. Jarne vody na potoku Neresnica
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