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Autumn in the Park of J. B. Magin in Dubnica nad Vahom
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The late sunny autumn in the Park of Jan Baltazar Magin in Dubnica nad Vahom. The beginnings and evolution of the Dubnica Park are related with the Illeshazy family. It was built together with the early baroque manor house in 1657 by Gaspar Illeshazy. You can also visit The Grotto with the observation Tower standing right in the Park.

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Uploaded: 07/10/2012
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