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Baroque immersion at the Rundale palace, Latvia
Latvia

Baroque dance specialists from Russia, Germany and the Baltics came to Rundale to enjoy the authentic ambiance of the palace.


Virtual tour of Rundale palace:
http://www.virtuallatvia.lv/rundale-palace

More information at the website of Rundale palace:
http://www.rundale.net

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Uploaded: 05/12/2011
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Tags: baroque; dress; historical reenacment; 18th century; baroks; tērpi; rundāles pils
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