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Ruins of a castle in Olsztyn
Poland

Zamek w Olsztynie to potoczna nazwa ruin średniowiecznego zamku królewskiego, znajdującego się we wsi Olsztyn w województwie śląskim. Ruiny te są jedną z atrakcji na turystycznym Szlaku Orlich Gniazd.

http://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zamek_w_Olsztynie_%28wojew%C3%B3dztwo_%C5%9Bl%C4%85skie%29

Copyright: Rafał Kobyliński
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Uploaded: 28/06/2012
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