Some of the most famous castles were built in Germany, France, Spain, and the UK, but what if I told you that Poland has more to offer for the fans of Medieval architecture than you would think? With 502 castles and 2,500 palaces, there is a lot to discover.
The Karpniki Castle is located in the beautiful mountainous county of Karkonosze in Lower Silesia. The robust neo-Gothic structure dates back to the 14th century. It was rebuilt several times over the past seven centuries, gaining its final shape in 1846.