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Img.381 from Malbork (#G2a)

Img.381 (#G2a): A photograph which illustrates the appearance of the "devil" which was relatively often seen in Malbork castle. It is fixed as a small figurine called a servant, about 25 cm high. Viewers can see this devil at the entrance to the toilets used in the Middle Ages by the Teutonic Knights (i.e. the same toilets which, according to various rumors circulating on this subject, these Teutonic Knights supposedly used in order to murder people inconvenient to them).

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