AROUND POLAND: Pieskowa Skała Castle
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One of the 'Eagle's Nests' reopens
One of Poland's most splendid castles has reopened to the public following a two-year renovation programme.
Pieskowa Skała Castle. Drone Photo: Scanning 3D/ Wawel Royal Castle Museum
Pieskowa Skała Castle was one of the so-called 'Eagle's Nests' built in the 14th century along the Polish border with Silesia, which belonged then to the Bohemian crown.
Since the 1950s it has been a part of the Wawel Royal Castle Museum in Kraków.
For this edition of Around Poland, we caught up with castle custodian Olgierd Mikołajski at the reopening of the museum.
Presented by Nick Hodge
More info: Pieskowa Skała Castle (English version in preparation)
Wawel Royal Castle Museum (in English)