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About: Predjama Castle, located in the village of Predjama, approximately 11 kilometres from the town of Postojna, is a castle built within a cave mouth in south-central Slovenia. The cave behind and under the castle spans four floors and is the second longest Slovenian cave. The castle was first mentioned in 1274. Behind the largest cave castle in the world, there is a network of secret tunnels, from where the knight Erazem of Predjama would set out on his plundering expeditions. According to legend, Erasmus came into conflict with the Habsburgs; fleeing the vengeance of the Holy Roman Emperor Frederick III, Erasmus reached the family fortress of Predjama. From there, he allied himself with King Matthias Corvinus and began to attack Habsburg estates and towns in Carniola.

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