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Orava Castle is closed in April

Until the big festival in the end of April, Orava Castle is closed the whole month due to maintenance.

Orava castle(Source: Ján Krošlák, PetitPress)
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Orava Castle is closed for visitors during April. The reason is technical maintenance, the Orava Museum of P.O. Hviezdoslav, which operates the castle, wrote on its website.

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The same goes for the unique Orava Historical Back-Swath Forest Railway in Oravská Lesná.

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The opening of the new season at Orava Castle and the forest railway comes on April 28-29, during the Thurzo festival (Turzovské Slávnosti), which will hail, among other things, the 150th anniversary of the Orava Museum, the TASR newswire wrote, citing the museum website.

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