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CASTLE OF THE TEUTONIC ORDER IN MALBORK - POLAND


The Malbork castle belonging to the Teutonic Order is a classical example of a medieval fortress, one of the best of its kind in entire Europe. Together with a system of multiple defense walls with gates and towers, covering over 80 acres, it is one of the largest such strongholds in the world. The castle itself is divided into three major parts; the oldest section is the rectangular High Castle with arcaded courtyard containing among others refectory, chapterhouse, St. Mary's chapel and treasury.

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The history of Malbork Castle