We are in September 1987, when Tibor at twenty-one years of age and his father Farkas Kálnoky, traveled by car to visit the old ancestral houses of their family. The trip was a turning point in the life of the young count, who would later become known as the renovator of the Castle at Miklosvár, and as a friend of Prince Charles of Wales. In 1995 he got married within the walls of the old 17th century castle, a marriage from which three sons were born. The family wasn’t only confronted with the terrifying images of the ruined house, but also with the task of finding their place in the secular chain of history severed by communism.

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