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Stefan Batory Tower
Ukraine
Ба́шта Стефа́на Бато́рія — найпотужніша з усіх башт у Кам'янці-Подільському. Інші назви — Королівська, Кушнірська, Семиповерхова. Пам'ятка містобудування та архітектури України національного значення. Фахівцями башту визнано одним із видатних творів оборонного зодчества 16 століття
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Uploaded: 20/04/2013
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