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The Szádvár built in the 13-14th century. The biggest battle was in 1566-67. The defender was Zsofia Patócsi, who become a hero during this battle. The castle was demolished in 1685 by

Copyright: Gabor Bubenko
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Uploaded: 19/09/2011
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