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Castle Reviste
Slovakia

This medieval castle ruin sits atop the village of Revistske Podzamcie. The castle is accessable by foot path up a steep, unkept path. Place: Zarnovica, County: Zarnovica, Region: Banska Bystrica

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Uploaded: 17/03/2013
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