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Swarowski, The Giant
Austria

Within a few years, the "Kristallwelten" became Austria′s second-most successful "museum" after Schloss Schönbrunn in Vienna. In the park there is a green giant that sort of "grows" out of a hill and from whose mouth a waterfall emerges. The waterfall feeds a pond. The interiors consist of the "Wunderkammern" (cabinets of marvel) that were designed by artists involved with the creation.

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Uploaded: 26/11/2009
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