One of the most beautiful ruins I've ever been to. To get there you have to walk 1km from the parking lot through a forest path, and when you do get there, aside from the ruins themselves and another ruined castle across the valley, there is virtually no human development visible - there are miles of forest visible all around. And then the ruins themselves - there's been only a minimal amount of reconstruction done, which means you get to see a lot of it in its semi-raw state. It's quite impressive. And built over man-made caves as it is - the original caves are prehistoric. Loved it.
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