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Levice castle from walls - Levice - Slovakia
Slovakia

Ruins of a Gothic castle, which was build in the beginning of 13th century. It was rebuilt in a Renessaince style in 16th century. The castle was destroyed in 18th century. Nowadays, Tekov museum is located in preserved parts of the castle.

http://www.castles.sk/levice.php

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