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Bobolice Castle Puzzle Details:

About: In this new puzzle we're going to the village of Bobolice, in Poland, to visit the 14th-century royal castle. The castle in Bobolice was built by King Casimir III the Great in the middle of the 14th century. It was a part of the defense system of royal strongholds protecting the western border of Poland. The castle is situated on a steep rocky hill and it was accessible through a drawbridge over the dry moat, and the entire construction was surrounded by walls with battlement.

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