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Stary Ksiaz - Castle
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Stary Ksiaz - Castle

(Alt Furstenstein) At the turn of the 13th century, on the site of a stronghold dating from the 9-10th century, Duke Bolko I erected a brick-and-stone castle. The complex was composed of the main castle on a triangle plan and two outer castles on the west side. (...)

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Uppladdad: 27/11/2010
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