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St. Ann's Park - Pergola
Ireland

St. Ann's Park is the public park and recreational facility,on the northside of Dublin Ireland. Is the second largest municipal park in Dublin.

Copyright: Wojciech Fuchs
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Uploadet: 26/09/2009
Opdateret: 17/09/2014
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Tags: park; nature; pergola
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