Castle of the Dukes of Masovia (Czersk, Poland) Reviews
Newest Review: ... and has been beautifully preserved. Three towers are in good condition and most of the walls have been saved. The big open ... more
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by Praskipark - written on 12/08/11
Having arrived in the village of Czersk my main aim was to find the ruins of the castle which once was a mighty fortress with strong protective walls. This was in the time of the reign of Duke Konrad of Mazowiecki in the 13th century. Throughout the ages the castle was taken over by various Kings and Princes, even Queen Bona who was Italian and made many changes to the castle. This innovative Queen enlarged the cellars and introduced vines and planted orchards on the scarps of the Vistula River. To find the ruins of the castle you have to walk through the village to the Church of the Transfiguaration and you will see the entrance to the red brick castle ... Read the complete review
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