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Gazebo in the park Javorka
Czech Republic

Park covers around same source Javorka, where he was in 1885 created an urban park in the English style. Park covers an area of ​​3 ha in the upper part passes in forest cover. Adorn the park's gazebo

Copyright: Jiří vodička
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6000x3000
Uploaded: 23/05/2013
Updated: 14/06/2013
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Tags: czech třebová; kozlovská street; park; javorka
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