Kremnica Castle Slovacia Built in the 13th through 15th centuries and towers over the town. In the first half of the 14th century, it became the residence of the Chamber Count. It represents a unique example of a very well-preserved fortification system in Central Europe. Photo credit - Jan Dudas
Kremnica castle, Kremnica, Slovakia, Landolia, a World of Photos
Kremnica square, castle and plague column. Kremnica is a very old gold mining town, central Slovakia. Left is the plague column from 17th century from sculptor Dionyz Stanetti, upright is Kremnica town castle with the 13th century St. Catherine's Church. - Kremnica, Slovakia, Landolia, a World of Photos
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