Moszna (German Schloß Moschen)
The palace was built in the mid-seventeenth century. Partially burned down and was rebuilt.
According to legend Moszna in the Middle Ages belonged to the Knights Templar.
Since 1945, the castle housed the Soviet Army troops that destroyed most of the equipment of the castle and stolen works of art (paintings and sculptures).
During World War II the castle avoided destruction. Since 1945 the castle Soviet Army troops quartered.
In this period the greatest destruction of the residence; devastation has the greater part of the equipment of the castle,
stolen most of the stored there works of art, mainly paintings and sculptures. Since 1972 the castle in Moszna was hospital treatment
of neuroses and now offers accommodation rooms. The castle has 365 rooms and 99 towers, which is famous for. Around the castle is breathtaking 200-hectare park.
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