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Castle in Otyn
Poland

Zamek w Otyniu powstał w formie gotyckiej prawdopodobnie na przełomie XIV i XV wieku. W wieku XVI dochodzi do pierwszej przebudowy w duchu renesansowym. Sto lat później czeska prowincja jezuitów przebudowuje go na klasztor, który funkcjonuje tu do 1776 roku. Rezydencja nie zniszczona w czasie II wojny światowej. W roku 1945 znacjonalizowana i przydzielona miejscowemu PGR, który adaptuje ją na mieszkania i magazyny. Po serii dewastacji i pożarów popada w ruinę. Wykupiony na początku lat 90., był przez krótki okres poddawany zabiegom konserwatorskim jednak właściciel nie dokończył remontu zabudowań.

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Uploaded: 18/07/2011
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