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Labyrinth in Keukenhof
Netherlands
One of the beautiful sites in the garden of Keukenhof. The park is opened only for a couple of months in the spring, while the numerous spring bulbs bloom. Seven millions tulips, daffodils, hyacinths…spread all over the 32 hectares, which are accessible from 15 km of footpaths. Keukenhof is located by the town of Lisse.
Copyright: Zoran Trost
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Uploaded: 17/11/2013
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Tags: garden; keukenhof; park; spring; bulbs; bloom; tulips; daffodils; hyacinths; footpaths; lisse; labyrinth
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