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Castle 'Veliki Tabor' - 6
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Veliki Tabor is a castle in northwest Croatia dating from 12th century. The castle gained its final appearance in the 16th century. It was built by the Croatian noble family Rattkay, in whose ownership it remained till 1793. Nowadays castle is turned into museum.

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