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Mansion - Krasnany
Slovakia

Kaštieľ bol od druhej polovice 16. stor. sídlom starohradského panstva. Po prvý raz sa spomína roku 1561. V 18. stor. prešiel najväčšími stavebnými zmenami, ktoré mu dali dnešnú podobu. Okolie dotvára park.

Copyright: Slavomír Lapka
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Uploaded: 20/04/2012
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