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Raseborg Castle, Raseborg
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  • Hyvä näin, here is an old Castle built on high rocks. Inside it, they are like the walls in the old castle had all 3 or 4 layers, if not wrong. We can walk to the top, and you can walk around the Castle and is in a Hall table can sit back and relax, or they can be small gatherings of internally. If we walk up to the top floor views, but may not be around but overall, it's pretty.
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  • The area of Raseborg is a good place to take a few days of relaxation, but conspicuous by the lack of cultural attractions. This castle is one of the exceptions. Worth seeing, even for someone accustomed to the castles of Central Europe, it may be extremely rough and rustic, not to say small. But think that you built in century XIV in an area that had virtually no population at the time, and unlike the Turku Castle never housed the Royal Court. The only downside is that it is only open in summer, until September 31. The same voucher for the annex restaurant, or the small museum about coal yard nearby. The rest of the year must comply with to see it on the outside. I have to pay to enter.
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  • Raseborg (Finnish Raasepori) is a well-preserved castle ruins from the 14th century, can be visited in summer. There are also guided tours and a nearby restaurant. The castle dating back to the old days of Sweden and originally enthroned on a Skerry directly into the sea at strategically important position. Meanwhile, it is the country increase domestic coastal. Due to its secluded location it is well preserved and worth a visit.
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  • This is a great place to stop if driving along the old King's Highway. Definitely on a nice summer day just a take a quick drive here.
  • Really great ruins and surrounding area. There isn't much else there, but apparently there are plays there sometimes and there is a restaurant. I can't say much about those, since I didn't enjoy either.
  • A great romantic looking ruin and an interesting bit of Finnish and baltic history. No internal exhibits like many other castles in Finland, but a great preserved open ruin that is worth a visit.
  • Beautiful castle
  • Nice to have one more time to walk around it. Tickets to the ruins to see inside for 5 euro for sale.
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