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Chervonogorod, Nirkiv, the Castle. At the bottom of the tower.

Two round Gothic crenellated tower at the bottom of a giant crater - the remains of an ancient castle Chervonograd, whose history begins with the IX., When there existed the ancient Russian settlement Cherleny town (later called him Chervonogorod, Chervonogrud, Chervonograd). In 1351 Russian-Lithuanian princes Koriatovichi (Koryatovicha) built in Chervonogorode wooden castle for protection against the Tatars. In the beginning. XVII. Royal elder N. Danilovich built on a bend of river. Dzhurin new stone castle, later destroyed by the Turks. Picturesque ruins served as Prince K. Ponninskomu basis for the erection in 1870 the magnificent Gothic palace (architect. Zaharevich Yu). Finca in Chervonogorode considered one of the most elegant aristocratic residences in Poland. Before 1939, the castle lived Chervonogorod Princess Lubomirska. By Ser. XX century. manor came into neglect under Soviet rule most of the buildings dismantled for building materials. Nearby you can see the ruins of the Peter and Paul church XVII-XVIII c., Abandoned cemetery with the burial place of Poninskih, balances at the Falls hydroelectric Dzhurin. The descent into the canyon to Chervonogorodu - 2.5 km quite steep primer that bad weather may be difficult for cars. Recently, the congestion charge fees, to walk free.

Copyright: Maxim Ritus
Type: Cylindrical
Resolution: 10000x1777
Taken: 26/07/2014
Uploaded: 25/01/2015
Updated: 06/01/2019


Tags: tower; gothic; royal; old building; ruins; crater; abandoned; cemetery; old
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