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Frederiksborg square
Denmark

FREDERIKSBORG castle is a beautiful.  Here is a splendid garden and park.  The Castle is located in town Hillerod, is surrounded by a lake.   In the garden are pretty fountain, hedges and the beautiful trees.  It is worth visit the castle particularly in the summer.  I am recommending

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