Castles in Poland

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© Rafał Konieczny Zamek Czocha, Polska (Czocha Castle, Poland) Czocha Castle is delightfully situated on a rock headland hill cutting into the Kwisa.

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It’s located inside the famed castle of Książ in Wałbrzych, Lower Si

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I'm wondering how I can visit Malbork Castle if I'm visiting Gdansk. Wikitravel says that Malbork is hours from Gdansk by train, but doesn't say how much the train is and if it's allowed to go .

POLISH CASTLES

One of the first thoughts when hearing the word Poland might not be related with touristic places, mainly because this country is still not well-known around the world for having.

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Europes largest castle when it was built during the first half of the century. Its name was Krzyżtopór (The Battle Axe of The Cross).

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7 Most Stunning and Amazing Polish Castles

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