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Ruins of Castle in Drzewica. Poland
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Drzewica Virtual Tour 360°

See a virtual tour that shows ruins of castle in Drzewica, Poland at:

http://zamekdrzewica.republika.pl/

Copyright: Miłosz Filip
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Uploaded: 18/08/2013
Updated: 15/07/2014
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Tags: drzewica; zamek; ruiny; castle; ruins; poland; polska; europa; europe; zamek w drzewicy; drzewiczka; http://zamekdrzewica.republika.pl/; wirtualny spacer
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