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Gisselfeld castle in may
Denmark

This is a beautiful Gisselfeld castle built in the years 1547-1575.  One of the most beautiful castles in Denmark, is surrounded by a huge park and lakes.  In the park is about four hundred species trees and shrubs.  Here is a beautiful glasshouse with flowers.  Here was often Hans Christian Andersen, here was born to write  idea -The Ugly Duckling.  It is worth to visit .  I am recommending

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