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Pepoli Castle, Sicily, Italy

Pepoli Castle, Sicily, Italy

Castle in Czocha, Poland #castles #poland http://www.travelbrochures.org/210/europa/tourism-in-poland

Castle in Czocha, Poland #castles #poland http://www.travelbrochures.org/210/europa/tourism-in-poland

Kopice Castle, Poland. Beautiful abandoned castle circa 1300s. Kopice is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Grodków, within Brzeg County, Opole Voivodeship, in south-western Poland.

Kopice Castle, Poland. Beautiful abandoned castle circa 1300s. Kopice is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Grodków, within Brzeg County, Opole Voivodeship, in south-western Poland.

Niedzica Castle, Poland.One of the most beautiful castles in Poland. On the top of the hill with the view over water damm in Czorsztyn. Camera : Sony a6000 Drone : Custom hexacopter City : Niedzica Street : Zamek 1 County or State : Lesser Poland Country : Poland

Niedzica Castle, Poland.One of the most beautiful castles in Poland. On the top of the hill with the view over water damm in Czorsztyn. Camera : Sony a6000 Drone : Custom hexacopter City : Niedzica Street : Zamek 1 County or State : Lesser Poland Country : Poland

Cracow, Wawel Castle Need help planning your trip? Looking for cheap flights, hotels deals or maybe need some travel recommendations? We've got them all! Visit www.wandertrvl.com for more information.

Cracow, Wawel Castle Need help planning your trip? Looking for cheap flights, hotels deals or maybe need some travel recommendations? We've got them all! Visit www.wandertrvl.com for more information.

Castle by ~marrciano on deviantART Nowy Wisnicz Castle - Southern Poland

Castle by ~marrciano on deviantART Nowy Wisnicz Castle - Southern Poland

The Tenczyn Castle, otherwise known as the Tęczyn Castle, is a medieval castle in the village of Rudno, Poland. It was built as a seat of the powerful Tęczyński family.The castle fell into ruin during the Deluge in mid-17th century, after being pillaged and burned by Swedish-Brandenburgian forces looking for the Polish Crown Jewels and rumored treasures of the Tęczyński family.

The Tenczyn Castle, otherwise known as the Tęczyn Castle, is a medieval castle in the village of Rudno, Poland. It was built as a seat of the powerful Tęczyński family.The castle fell into ruin during the Deluge in mid-17th century, after being pillaged and burned by Swedish-Brandenburgian forces looking for the Polish Crown Jewels and rumored treasures of the Tęczyński family.

Malbork castle /Poland/

Malbork castle /Poland/

Malbork Castle, Poland ~ the largest castle in the world by surface area, and the largest brick building in Europe.

Malbork Castle, Poland ~ the largest castle in the world by surface area, and the largest brick building in Europe.

Ogrodzieniec Poland

Ogrodzieniec Poland

Ogrodzieniec Castle, Poland

Ogrodzieniec Castle, Poland

Krzyżtopór is a 16th C castle  in the village of Ujazd, Poland. It was destroyed both during the Swedish invasion in 1655 and  by the Russians in 1770.

Krzyżtopór is a 16th C castle in the village of Ujazd, Poland. It was destroyed both during the Swedish invasion in 1655 and by the Russians in 1770.

The Wawel Castle, Kraków, Poland        #Poland #Krakow #Cracow #castles #Polish_castles #Malopolska #Lesser_Poland

The Wawel Castle, Kraków, Poland #Poland #Krakow #Cracow #castles #Polish_castles #Malopolska #Lesser_Poland

Sazova Castle, Eskişehir, Turkey (Fable by deviaria)

Sazova Castle, Eskişehir, Turkey (Fable by deviaria)

The quintessential fairy tale castle - in Slovakia.

The quintessential fairy tale castle - in Slovakia.

Abandoned palace in Kopice Poland - The Palace itself is in Kopicach called the "water Palace" because it was surrounded by three large ponds. The palace was visited by the richest and most famous aristocratic families from all over Europe. Played here, politicians, princes, artists and warlords. The castle belonged to the Schaffgotsch family until 1945 when the second world war changed everything...

Abandoned palace in Kopice Poland - The Palace itself is in Kopicach called the "water Palace" because it was surrounded by three large ponds. The palace was visited by the richest and most famous aristocratic families from all over Europe. Played here, politicians, princes, artists and warlords. The castle belonged to the Schaffgotsch family until 1945 when the second world war changed everything...

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