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Trakošćan Castle - 20
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Walls of this room inside Trakošćan Castle, are coveredd with paintings showing various units of infantry and cavalry that compose an Austrian Imperial Army regiment from the time of the Seven Years' War (1756 - 1763), comanded by Count Josip Kazimir Drašković von Trakošćan.

Copyright: Igor Adamec
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