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Castle Tower at Varnsdorf
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Castle Tower at Varnsdorf Opulent mansion with an observation tower was built on Castle Hill phonolite as early as 1904, in response to the construction of similar buildings in other spectacular northern Bohemian towns. He also served on his neighborhood walks and entertainment as well as cross-border population Varnsdorf Seifhennersdorf. The complex was not just a lookout, but also a stylish restaurant and hotel. After the second World War II was not the object is maintained, but was reconstructed in 1967, Little was again a popular tourist place. Poor post-revolutionary privatization, however, meant that at the turn of the century threatened to demolish the building. This did not occur due to the endowment fund and Castle are gradually rectify any damage. Today the tower is again open to the public and soon will be restored restaurant. In the Hradek offers a panoramic view of the Lusatian Mountains, Zittau Basin and west to the Elbe pískovcům.
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