Veveri castle could come across as dissappointing if one is not familliar with the history of abuses it has suffered, several in the latter half of the 20th century. Reconstructions and restorations are a relatively recent development for this particular castle.
The Nazis used it during WWII and gutted it while in the process of retreating late in the war. Under Socialism, and even for a while after the fall of Socialism, it was refitted for use as government offices. In light of such things, it's surprising that there is as much left of it as there is.
Veveri caslte is not only a lesson in what happens when history is not respected or valued. It also gives the visitor an insight into what is involved in bringing such places back to their former glories, or as close as they can be brought back.
It's worth the visit as long as you keep in mind what you're looking at when you see it.
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