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The Castle in Czersk
Poland

Czersk was the old capital of the Mazovian region. Czersk’s main tourist attraction is its medieval castle, which is situated about one km from River Vistula. The castle was originally built in the 13th century but its present structure dates back to the 14th - 16th centuries. The castle ruins include three towers and their connecting walls. From the towers you can enjoy the view of the region.

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