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Koretsky Castle. Bridge across the moat.
Ukraine

Koretsky Castle - ruined residence of princes Koretsky Korets in Rivne region. Landmark architecture of Ukraine. Until now small fragments preserved fortifications XV-XVIII centuries. Gate tower depicted on the emblem of the modern city.

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Uploaded: 13/01/2014
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Tags: castle; korets; residence; princes; rivne; landmark; fortifications; xv centuries.
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