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Hluboka Castle Puzzle Details:

About: Located in Hluboka nad Vltavou, Hluboka Castle ,is one of most beautiful castles of the Czech Republic. The current castle is built in the romantic style of the Windsor Castle as Johann Adolf II von Schwarzenberg ordered it to be reconstructed in the 19th century. During its history the castle was rebuilt several times.
Puzzle Of The Day On: 08/May/2015

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