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Kuks - Hřbitov
Czech Republic

View from the middle of Hospital Kuks's cemetery. Taken in late autumn. The sky is clear and the grass still frosty despite sunshine. It is off season, so it's nice and quiet in here. The cemetery is rather desolate these days unfortunately. Some magic prevails though.

There used to be a chapel standing there, but it's long gone. In Kuks you can find amazing collection of baroque sculptures made by Matthias Bernard Braun. Some of them can be viewed in my other panos from this morning.

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Uploaded: 01/12/2012
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