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Niesytno castle, on the peak
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Zamek Niesytno w Płoninie  – jest to zamek położony na szlaku Zamków Piastowskich i znajduje się na zachód od Bolkowa.


Pierwsze wzmianki pochodzą z  XIII w. i nie wiadomo, przez kogo został zbudowany. Historia zamku związana jest z husytami i rabusiami,którzy mieli tu swoją siedzibę. Od drugiej połowy XV w. do połowy wieku XVII w. właścicielem zamku był ród von Zedlitz.

Zamek był wielokrotnie rozbudowywany , kilkakrotnie próbowano go restaurować.Całkowicie spłonął w 1992r, obecnie ruina grozi zawaleniem.Zamek prawdopodobnie zostanie odbudowany.

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