Uploaded on May 8, 2009
Hungarian castles in winter, snow.
Magyar várak télen, havas vidéken.
Important! I not own the pictures, i just get the bests to a video!
Source of the pics/A képek forrása:
Music/Zene: Moonsorrow - 1065 Aika(Suden Uni)
Castles in the video(/Várak a videóban):
Boldogkő: Builded after the mongol invasion, by king IV. Béla, blowed up by Leopold I in 1701-1702
Buda: Builded in 1243, in 1541. august 29 Sulejman a sultan occupied it with a trick.
1686. szeptember 2, it is recaptured by allied armies.
Csesznek: builded in 1263, The castle was destroyed because of a thunderbolt caused fire around 1820.
Csókakő: Builded after the mongol invasion, abadoned around 1800, and the nature destroyed it.
Miskolc - Diósgyőr: first appear in the writings of Anonymus, according to his description Árpád leader of Magyars donated the land Miskolc and the castle to Böngér(Bors) family. Destroyed by Turks, Habsburgs, and by the population(used the bricks to build their houses)
Eger: it first appear in 526, but many times destroyed and rebuilded, in 1552, 2100 defender(including civilians), succesfully defended it from 150000-200000 Ottomans, but later in 1596 they occupied it.
Füzér: An 1270 yearly diplomas one relating the castles was here alredy at the time of II.András death (1235).
In 1676 it was destroyed by the Habsburgs
Hollókő: Builded by the Kacsics family in the end of XIII century, In 1683 Sobieski János a Polish king freed it from the Turkish occupation. In 1711 destroyed by the Habsburgs.
Magyaregregy - Márévár: first appear in a diploma in 1316, probably in the XVI. in a century destroyed by gunpowder explosion.
Regéc: first appear in 1307, destroyed by Habsburgs in 1686.
Salgótarján - Salgó: Builded in the second half of XIII century, destroyed by the nature.
Siklós: first appear in a diploma in 1294.
Simontornya: Builded in the XIII. rebuilded in the XV century
Sirok: First appear in a diploma in 1320. In 1713 destroyed by the Habsburgs.
Somoskőújfalu - Somoskő: Builded before 1300, destroyed by the Habsburgs. Today it is in the Slovak-Hungarian border
Sümeg: Builded in 1260-75. The castle was set on fire on the pretext of a field exercise in 1713 and it was made unusable. After tht the nature destroyed it.
Visegrád: builded around 1247, King Charles I of Hungary made Visegrád, his hometown, the royal seat of Hungary in 1325. Sigismund, Holy Roman Emperor and King of Hungary, moved the royal seat to Buda between 1405-1408. King Matthias Corvinus of Hungary used Visegrád as a country residence.
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