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Under old tree
Denmark

Vallo is an interesting castle, built in 1737.   Here is a beautiful park, in the summer people come here make picnics on the grass in the park.   Vallo is surrounded by a moat, there are also ponds and forest.  Very nice place for walking and relax.

Copyright: Mo Uz Es Maciej J. Lorek
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Tags: denmark; castle; park; tree; february; drzewo; luty; old; europe; world; the world; mouzes; maciej j. lorek; maciej lorek; danmark; panorama; 360cities; dansk park; dansk panorama; dansk winter; dansk
  • MoUzEs- Maciej J. Lorek about 1 year ago
    Thank you Altagracia Marte!! Best regards MoUzEs!
  • Altagracia Marte over 1 year ago
    BEAUTIFUL!!!
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