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The royal castle of Visegrád. The name is of old Slavic origin,
means "high castle" (vyše hrad) - originally it was applied to an earlier fortifiation.
The 328 m high castle hill rises approx. 230 m above the Danube river.
This place hosted an important meeting of three Central European kings in 1335.