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'Knights of Zelingrad' - medieval reenactment group

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'Knights of Zelingrad' (Croatian: Vitezovi Zelingradski), an medieval reenactment group from Croatia, at reenactment event in Samobor dedicated to re-creation of 'Battle of Samobor'.

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A: Mušketiri i Haramije (Musketeers and Haramias) - reenactment group

de Igor Adamec, la distanta de 30 metri

Haramia - (two guys in orange shirts, wearing hats instead helmets) tipical Croatian foot soldier-mar...

Mušketiri i Haramije (Musketeers and Haramias) - reenactment group

B: Medieval encampment - 2

de Igor Adamec, la distanta de 50 metri

Medieval encampment - 2

C: Medieval encampment - 1

de Igor Adamec, la distanta de 60 metri

Medieval encampment - 1

D: Ruins of Samobor Castle - 1

de Igor Adamec, la distanta de 290 metri

Samobor Castle

Ruins of Samobor Castle - 1

E: Ruins of Samobor Castle - 9

de Igor Adamec, la distanta de 300 metri

Samobor Castle

Ruins of  Samobor Castle - 9

F: Ruins of Samobor Castle - 5

de Igor Adamec, la distanta de 300 metri

Samobor Castle

Ruins of  Samobor Castle - 5

G: Ruins of Samobor Castle - 6

de Igor Adamec, la distanta de 310 metri

Samobor Castle

Ruins of  Samobor Castle - 6

H: Ruins of Samobor Castle - 3

de Igor Adamec, la distanta de 310 metri

Samobor Castle

Ruins of Samobor Castle - 3

I: Ruins of Samobor Castle - 2

de Igor Adamec, la distanta de 310 metri

Samobor Castle

Ruins of  Samobor Castle - 2

J: Ruins of Samobor Castle - 7

de Igor Adamec, la distanta de 320 metri

Samobor Castle

Ruins of  Samobor Castle - 7

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