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hrad - castle Uhrovec - nádvorie horného hradu - castles´s upper courtyard
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hrad - castle - Uhrovec - vykurovacia miestnosť - heating room
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hrad - castle Uhrovec prostredná časť severného paláca
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hrad - castle Uhrovec zapadná časť severného paláca
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hrad - castle Uhrovec východná časť severného paláca
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hrad - castle - Uhrovec kaplnka - Chapel
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