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Pidhirtsi is the best, imo, castle on the Golden Horseshoe circuit and perhaps one of the best castles I visited during my time in Ukraine. Yet it is the worst maintained and restored. The architecture style of the castle is beautiful and stunning. While not...More
This castle looks stunning even if it is a bit dilapidated. There's not much to see inside, one small room with a brief history as it is still being reconstructed. Outside though it makes for great photos, especially in the autumn. This is clearly a...More
Palace-style Renaissance is in restoration. Open to visitors only a courtyard and three rooms in the basement, where he lives, more than 300 years, a ghost - a princess dressed in white.If you're lucky, hear her beautiful songs!
Unfortunately this castle is in a very poor state and needs a lot of restoration. You also can't go inside. Having said that you can see what a magnificent place it must have been and i hope it will be restored over time. It's close...More
This castle is one of the three castles visited on a day trip from Lviv. It was built around 1635- 40 as a residential castle fortress. In its heyday it was supposed to be richly furnished but the conflicts of the 20th C left in...More
I visited this castle as part of a day tour. "Castles of West Ukraine" The tour included Zolochiv, Pidhirtsi and Olesko Castle. All the Castles are very unique in their own way. Pidhirtsi castle somehow attracts your attention and you somehow imagine what it use...More
This castle is a bit like Versailles and - attention! - Was built before approaching. So in principle we can even talk about borrowing ;). I do not know if it was true (still can not check), but somone said that Peter was struck by...More