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Piast Tower, Opole
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  • We went on a tour of the tower. I expected the entry stairs and see a panorama of Opole, what was for me a sufficient incentive, however, explore the tower was for me a great surprise. Reduced ticket cost less than $10 (it seems to me that 6) as on the guided tour is a very attractive price. The Guide came with us to the tower and there began the journey back to the middle ages. We feel like prisoners in the Dungeon, listen to sounds inspired by the medieval town. Great role play of light. What was not presented in the media, dopowiadał Guide. You can take a photo in the helmet, to spend how many weighed Knight armor. At the end of the waiting us view of Opole. Very good final very good Museum. Recommend.
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  • The tower is a remnant from the Piast Castle in Opole. A monument of fortified architecture, symbol of the city and Opole Voivodeship. The height of the tower is 35 meters. Built of brick with limestone mortar using stone.
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  • It was a surprise to fall on a tour with so much history. Early guide puts us in the bath of the visit, he knows very well the history of the building and tells it with passion (it shows on face) only one negative point, the guide that we had no control not English, we had a Polish to make the translation and helped us better understand the history and the importance of the tower. 163 steps to reach the roof which is 35 meters from the soil.
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