Check out this drone video of a castle in the southernmost part of Hungary, compliments of obzibusz. It's called Siklós Castle, and it's in a town of the same name in Baranya, the southernmost of the 19 counties of modern-day Hungary. The castle was built by a Hungarian noblemen in the 13th century. In the early 15th century, during a rebellion, the castle was used to imprison the Hungarian King (and later Holy Roman Emperor) Sigismund. Heavily damaged during World War II, it's now under state ownership.