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Cisy Castle
Poland

Cisy castle was builded before 1241 by Bolko I. Destroyed after all by Swedes in 1634. Currently it fells into ruin, however it is still romantic place for tourists and travelers.

Copyright: Wojciech Połowczuk
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Resolution: 8200x4100
Uploaded: 16/05/2012
Updated: 05/08/2014
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