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Kemeri sanatorium park
Latvia

Ķemeru sanatorijas parks.

Ķemeri, Jūrmala, Latvija.
 Park created in the late 19th century. Since doctors sanatorium inmates suggested much walking in fresh air, it was established in the park.The park has several sculptures, walkways (though many have already collapsed), and pavilions - which is also the brink of collapse.

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