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Hamamatsu Flower park
Japan

Hamamatsu flower park was opened in 1970 and has 300,000 square meters. The park was founded by Hamamatsu city. The tulip flowers are in full bloom even in cold wind in February.

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Uploaded: 02/03/2014
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