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Dziedziniec zamkowy - Lublin
Poland

Lublin castle is situated near to the PKS ( major Polish enterprise dealing with public transport) ,  adjacent to the Old Town district and close to the city center.

Lublin castle is known for signing here in 1569 Union of Lublin , the founding act of Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.

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