Coronini is a locality situated in Caraș-Severin county, with a population of 1388 inhabitants.

Coronini

Coronini, László fortress

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GPS Coordinates:
44,67316 N, 21,68076 E

On the left side of the river Danube, on the hills of the village Coronini it is visible the ruins of the castle László. In 1427 Zsigmond, the Hungarian king wanted to gain the castle Galamboc according to a contract signed by him and Brancovici Georg, the king of serbians. However, its serbian captain sold the castle to the turcs, thus Zsigmond was forced to build this castle in order to have a place where he can attack the turcs from in 1428. Due to the sultan, Murad and his army the castle Golubeac remained in the hands of serbians.

The castle László was the propriety of the German riders between 1429-1435, in 1457 that of the Hunyady's, and after the turkish attacks, after Mohács, it became the propriety of the turcs. There are no documents of its deterioration. Thus the walls still visible nowadays, at least 10-12 m of them, are part of the old castle, as well as the old tower exists nowadays with some other minor parts of it.

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