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Papowo Biskupie - ruins of the Teutonic Knights’ Castle

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A comparatively well-preserved ruin of a castle of the Teutonic Knights. Built in the 13th century, taken by the Polish forces in the 15th century, left to it’s fate for many years. There are lots of ccastle ruins of the  Teutonic Knights in Culmer Land / Ziemia Chełmińska in the North of Poland.

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