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The Castle of the Teutonic Order in Malbork is an imposing castle fortification, the mightiest medieval fortress in Europe, and the largest brick construction in the world. Located in northern Poland, seated on the east bank of the Nogat River, Malbork Castle dates to the 13th century and was originally founded by the Teutonic Order. As the complex expanded in the 14th  and 15th centuries, it eventually grew to become the largest bricked castle in the world in terms of surface area. Meticulously restored in the 19th  and early 20th  centuries, this stunning example of medieval engineering is now a UNESCO Heritage Monument.

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