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===Malbork Castle===
 
===Malbork Castle===
Castle of the Virgin Mary. The ancient capital of the Teutonic Order, the largest Gothic fortress in Europe, on [[UNESCO_World_Heritage_List#Poland|UNESCO heritage site]].  
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Castle of the Virgin Mary. The ancient capital of the Teutonic Order, the largest Gothic fortress in Europe, on the [[UNESCO_World_Heritage_List#Poland|UNESCO World Heritage List]].  
 
* Tel: +48 55 6470978
 
* Tel: +48 55 6470978
 
* Open: '''Tu-Su''' May-Sep: 9AM-7PM, Oct-Apr: 10AM-3PM (area open till 5PM). Closed on national holidays.
 
* Open: '''Tu-Su''' May-Sep: 9AM-7PM, Oct-Apr: 10AM-3PM (area open till 5PM). Closed on national holidays.

Revision as of 09:56, 6 June 2007

Malbork [1] (German: Marienburg) is in Poland.

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  • Tourist information, ul. Piastowska 15 (at the ARS Gallery), +48 55 2734990 (May-September)

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Malbork Castle

Castle of the Virgin Mary. The ancient capital of the Teutonic Order, the largest Gothic fortress in Europe, on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

  • Tel: +48 55 6470978
  • Open: Tu-Su May-Sep: 9AM-7PM, Oct-Apr: 10AM-3PM (area open till 5PM). Closed on national holidays.
  • Tickets (Oct-Apr): 19/12 zł, foreign language guide: 150 zł (for up to 40 person), guided night-time tours: 18/12 zł, taking photographs (no flash allowed) 15 zł.
  • http://www.zamek.malbork.pl/en/

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