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Tenczyn Castle
Poland

Panorama wykonana wewnątrz zamku Tęczyn (lub Tenczyn) we wsi Rudno.

Zamek popada w coraz większą ruinę. Przekazany w roku 2008 przez wojewodę małopolskiego rodzinie Potockich. Od 2009r. zamknięta brama wejściowa.

Stan z roku 2007.

Copyright: Simon krezelok
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6000x3000
Caricate: 14/09/2010
Aggiornato: 22/08/2014
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Tags: zamek; tenczyn; tęczyn; rudno; castle; medieval; old; tenczynek; ruins; poland; tower
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