Category:Viljandi Castle

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English: Viljandi Castle (in German Fellin) of Teutonic Order, construction of which started 1224 in place of a former hillfort, was one of the strongest castles in Livonia. Finally destroyed in the Polish-Swedish wars in early 17th century, ruins of it now form a popular resort area in Viljandi, Estonia.
Polski: Felin - zamek Zakonu Inflanckiego w Liwonii, zniszczony przez wojska I Rzeczypospolitej


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Viljandi Castle 
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Instance of castle,
former building or structure
LocationViljandi City, Viljandi County
Heritage designation
  • architectural monument (17 February 1998)
Inception
  • 1224 (statement with Gregorian date earlier than 1584)
58° 21′ 33.12″ N, 25° 35′ 43.08″ E
Authority control
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forteresse de Viljandi (fr); Viljandi ordulinnus (et); Замок Феллін (uk); Замак Фелін (be); Замок Феллин (ru); Castell de Viljandi (ca); Ordensburg Viljandi (de); Ֆելին ամրոց (hy); Феллин қамалы (kk); Vīlandes viduslaiku pils (lv); Viljandi Castle (en); Viljandžio pilis (lt) Burg in Estland (de); قلعة في إستونيا (ar); טירה באסטוניה (he); kasteel in Estland (nl)

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