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Baroque dance reenactors at the Golden Hall in Rundale Palace, Latvia
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Historic guests from different epochs came to Rundale Palace one snowy winter afternoon to re-create the atmosphere of the past in the genuine baroque setting…

Find more about Rundale Palace here - http://www.virtuallatvia.lv/rundales-pils

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Uploaded: 05/12/2011
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Tags: baroque; dress; history; reconstruction; 18th century; baroks; tērpi; rundāles pils; latvija
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