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Gavno castle ,church entrance
Denmark

Gavno - this is a beautiful  castle in  Rococo style.  Built is on the island of surface 5.6 km2.  The first historical mention of Gavnø is  from 1231. This is a very nice place, the castle is surrounded by an interesting garden.  In the garden grow beautiful flowers, bushes and trees. Here is  glasshouse with tropical butterflies.  In the Castle is a beautiful church and rooms.

Copyright: Mo Uz Es Maciej J. Lorek
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Uploaded: 10/07/2011
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