Dragon landed at Beckov Castle

It weighs about one tonne and it is made of nut wood.

(Source: TASR)
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A dragon landed at Beckov Castle today. Not a real one but a one-tonne model made of wood.

The approximately 6.5-metre-long exterior attraction was named Blundus amd placed next to the castle well. It should please small and big visitors of the national cultural monument, the My Trenčín daily wrote.

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Dragon from the well

There is a legend of a dragon from the 17th century. Director of Beckov Castle, Peter Pastier, said how the dragon used to live in the castle well and he snored so loudly the village and the castle shook. People obviously were not happy about it.

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