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Orava Castle - Oravský Zámok.
Slovakia

The first written record of the Orava Castle goes to the 13th century. It ranks among the most significant monuments of castle architecture and belongs to one of the most frequently visited monuments in Slovakia. The Orava Castle towers 112 metres over the sea level while the village of Oravsky Podzamok is dominated magnificently by.

Zachovaly rozsiahly hrad sa tyci na strmom vapencovom brale priamo nad obcou vo vyske 112 m nad hladinou rieky Orava. Hrad je narodnou kulturnou pamiatkou. Prva pisomna zmienka pochadza z roku 1267, kedy bol kralovskym majetkom. Postupne menil majitelov. O dnesny vzhlad sa postarali Thurzovci, ktorych stavebna obnova hrad zaradila medzi vyznamne stavby renesancneho obdobia. V roku 1800 hrad vyhorel a bol velmi poskodeny. Coskoro vsak bolo postarane o jeho konzervaciu a obnovu, pricom Palffyovci (posledni majitelia) sa pokusili o ciastocnu romanticku upravu. Posledna a najvyznamnejsia komplexna obnova hradu sa uskutocnila v rokoch 1953 - 1968.

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Uploaded: 21/08/2009
Updated: 21/02/2014
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  • P 9 months ago
    Oravsky Podzamok, Oravsky HRAD!!!
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