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Chateau Kromeriz garden
Czech Republic

Chateau Garden is the greater of "Archbishop gardens" in Kromeriz city. It is also part of the urban conservation Kromeriz. The garden is situated between the castle and Archbishop Morava River and has an area of ​​47.1 hectares. Its oldest part we know that already existed in the 15th century. Garden includes extensive, largely maintained lawns and a unique collection of trees. In addition, the garden kept by the limited number of animals (exotic birds, primates, ungulates) and the nest of wild birds.

Copyright: Pavel Ovsik
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Uploaded: 02/04/2013
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