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CZ, Žebrák castle - ancient seat of Luxembourg
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At the foot of Křivoklát in the undulating landscape, the remains of one of the oldest castles in the Czech Republic - ruins of Žebrák castle, in sight of Točník, the younger of two inseparable allies. Žebrák in the second half of the 13th century built a family of Zajíc. Soon, however, moved for the better - to Budyně above Ohře and Castle Žebrák sold to Luxembourgs.
At the foot of Křivoklát forests in the undulating landscape of the remains of one of the oldest castles in the Czech Republic - ruins of a Žebrák castle. On the same ridge, only a little higher bask Točník castle, the younger of two inseparable allies.
Experienced an unprecedented onslaught of tourists Zvířetice abandoned ruins of the castle, shortly after the beginning of May one of television stations aired a movie called May. The atmosphere remains half-ruined walls and round towers jutting high above the ground, was filmed for a hilarious and well tricked movie, main.
Last time we introduced you the ruins of the castle Žebrák, now we move a few hundred meters away - to the castle Točník, much more attractive part of the most preserved castle complex in the Czech Republic.
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