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Top level of Soroca Fortress
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You’re 65 ft (20 m) above ground at the top level of Soroca Fortress. Right in front of you is a stone “cauldron” with a diameter of 123 ft (37.5m) created by the Fortress walls. This piece of defense architecture dates back to the XIV century. Standing or strolling on the top level you can enjoy landscapes of the Dniester River and see the townscapes of Soroca.

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Uploaded: 13/06/2011
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