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Mansion - rokoko - Povazske Podhradie
Slovakia

Rokokový kaštieľ pri brehu Váhu

Copyright: Slavomír Lapka
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Chargée: 04/05/2012
Mis à jour: 19/10/2012
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Mansion and its Surroundings - Povazske Podhradie
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castle Povazsky hrad - view of the palace knights
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castle Povazsky hrad - look north
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castle Povazsky hrad - knight palace
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castle Povazsky hrad - chapel
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castle Povazsky hrad - barbacan
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castle Povazsky hrad - entry road
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castle Povazsky hrad - courtyard
Pavol Sandor
castle Povazsky hrad - entrance of the castle
Pavol Sandor
castle Povazsky hrad - fireplace
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castle Povazsky hrad - west tower
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