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Ludza Castle (Latvian: Ludzas pils, German: Ordensburg Ludsen) was a medieval castle built in Gothic style located next to a Catholic church, on the site of a former Latgalian wooden castle in the centre Ludza, Latvia, a small town in eastern Latgale. Its main purpose was to be an eastern outpost to control trade routes from Russia. Nowadays the impressive fragments of the castle walls, including a three-floor high fragment, still remain. The ruins are the main tourist attraction in the Ludza District, and is considered a symbol of the town.

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  • Castell de Ludza
  • Ordensburg Ludsen
  • Ludza Castle
  • Kasteel van Ludza
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  • El Castell de Ludza era un castell medieval construït en estil gòtic, situat al costat d'una església catòlica, i sobre el mateix lloc que va ocupar un antic castell de fusta en el centre de la població de Ludza, a l'est de Latgàlia a Letònia. El seu objectiu principal era ser un lloc d'avançada de l'est per controlar les rutes comercials de Rússia. Avui dia queden uns impressionants fragments dels murs del castell, incloent-ne un de tres plantes. Les ruïnes són el principal atractiu turístic al comtat de Ludza, i és considerat un símbol de la ciutat.
  • Die Ordensburg Ludsen (lettisch Ludzas pils) ist die Ruine einer Höhenburg auf einer Anhöhe zwischen dem Großen und Kleinen See der Kleinstadt Ludza (deutschbaltisch: Ludsen) im Osten Lettgallens, nahe der russischen Grenze. Von der Ordensburg haben sich imposante Mauerreste, darunter ein dreistöckiges Mauerfragment, erhalten, die heute das Wahrzeichen der Stadt sind.
  • Het Kasteel van Ludza (Lets: Ludzas pils, Duits (historisch): Burg Ludsen) was een middeleeuws kasteel in de stad Ludza in het oosten van Letland. De huidige ruïnes vormen de belangrijkste toeristische attractie van de gemeente Ludza en worden beschouwd als symbool van de stad Ludza.
  • Ludza Castle (Latvian: Ludzas pils, German: Ordensburg Ludsen) was a medieval castle built in Gothic style located next to a Catholic church, on the site of a former Latgalian wooden castle in the centre Ludza, Latvia, a small town in eastern Latgale. Its main purpose was to be an eastern outpost to control trade routes from Russia. Nowadays the impressive fragments of the castle walls, including a three-floor high fragment, still remain. The ruins are the main tourist attraction in the Ludza District, and is considered a symbol of the town.
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  • Ludza Castle
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  • Ludza Castle
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  • Livonian Order
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  • Part of the castle ruins
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  • Ludza, Latvia
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  • El Castell de Ludza era un castell medieval construït en estil gòtic, situat al costat d'una església catòlica, i sobre el mateix lloc que va ocupar un antic castell de fusta en el centre de la població de Ludza, a l'est de Latgàlia a Letònia. El seu objectiu principal era ser un lloc d'avançada de l'est per controlar les rutes comercials de Rússia. Avui dia queden uns impressionants fragments dels murs del castell, incloent-ne un de tres plantes. Les ruïnes són el principal atractiu turístic al comtat de Ludza, i és considerat un símbol de la ciutat.
  • Die Ordensburg Ludsen (lettisch Ludzas pils) ist die Ruine einer Höhenburg auf einer Anhöhe zwischen dem Großen und Kleinen See der Kleinstadt Ludza (deutschbaltisch: Ludsen) im Osten Lettgallens, nahe der russischen Grenze. Von der Ordensburg haben sich imposante Mauerreste, darunter ein dreistöckiges Mauerfragment, erhalten, die heute das Wahrzeichen der Stadt sind.
  • Het Kasteel van Ludza (Lets: Ludzas pils, Duits (historisch): Burg Ludsen) was een middeleeuws kasteel in de stad Ludza in het oosten van Letland. De huidige ruïnes vormen de belangrijkste toeristische attractie van de gemeente Ludza en worden beschouwd als symbool van de stad Ludza.
  • Ludza Castle (Latvian: Ludzas pils, German: Ordensburg Ludsen) was a medieval castle built in Gothic style located next to a Catholic church, on the site of a former Latgalian wooden castle in the centre Ludza, Latvia, a small town in eastern Latgale. Its main purpose was to be an eastern outpost to control trade routes from Russia. Nowadays the impressive fragments of the castle walls, including a three-floor high fragment, still remain. The ruins are the main tourist attraction in the Ludza District, and is considered a symbol of the town.
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