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Walking around Ctenice chateau - 1
Czech Republic
Ctěnice is a rather pretty little chateau with horse riding grounds on the outskirts of Prague. We took an afternoon trip here. The place will certainly look nicer once this 7 month-long winter is over!
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Tags: exterior; awful 7 month-long prague winter of 2013; castle; chateau; field; kids
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