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Muzeum Cerveny Klastor, Cerveny Klastor

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  • Uchvatna building but the people who lived there all the more popular. I very well, a lot of greenery.
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  • Just behind the old border post at about 3 hours walking along the Dunajec River is surrounded by Red monastery. The name is derived from the red-brick from which it was built. Is the most beautiful sacral in Pieniny. Changed the limit-time and time again was in Slovakia, Czechoslovakia, Hungary. It also has links with Poland was under the care of John Casimir and Jadwiga. Is now a museum that necessarily need to visit. In the Middle surrounded by the Marina rafters Slovak, restaurant, grille open summertime, campsite and place in the Pieniny so Polish and Slovak. Recommend a cycle route from Szczawnica here. The attraction is also rafting with Highlanders of the Slovak border. Interesting remind that on the other side of the Dunajec River we have Polish Sromowce Niżne.
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  • First, we zraftovali the part of the river Dunajec after Leśnica. (we have booked in advance at the time, a raft or else to). The Foresters, we had booked, which we returned along the Dunajec River Gorge naspáť the Red Klaštoru. We have overlooked the monastery without a guide, but even so, it was an experience. Even now it is a secluded place and what remains of the middle ages. I can't imagine there monks stayed the exclusion from the world.
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