Part of the castle in Stará Ľubovňa received a new facelift

Accessible to the public in 2021.

(Source: TASR)

Lubomirski Palace, part of Stará Ľubovňa Castle, has been restored. Discover more Slovak castles with our Spectacular Slovakia travel guide.

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The Prešov self-governing region spent almost €1.9 million on the castle.

“It is a great event for us as we succeeded in making another structure in the castle compound more attractive, which is a rarity in the region and also Slovakia,” said Milan Majerský, head of the region, during the final inspection of the Baroque Palace, as quoted by the TASR newswire.

Last year, about 214,000 visitors came to see the castle.

For the next five centuries

Director of the Ľubovnianske Museum, Dalibor Mikulík, said that a complete reconstruction was carried out. The palace was drained, the roof reconstructed alongside walls and floors.

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