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Lietavska Svinna - centrum
Slovakia
Copyright: Mikropolis
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Mikropolis
Lietavska Svinna
Slavomír Lapka
Castle Lietava - bastion
Slavomír Lapka
Castle Lietava - The main gate
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Castle Lietava - space kitchen and bakery
Slavomír Lapka
Castle Lietava - Kinizovsky palace
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Castle Lietava - in the main tower
Slavomír Lapka
Castle Lietava - window on Velky Rondel
Slavomír Lapka
Castle Lietava - under the main tower
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Castle Lietava - courtyard with well
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