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Parski - Park manor house of the nineteenth century.
Poland

Parski. The historic manor park was established near the mansion of the nineteenth century. The park has an irregular shape and covers an area of ​​more than 3 hectares. The grounds are laid out many roads and paths. From ancient times has survived almost intact and a hornbeam avenue chestnut avenue that leads to the river Ner. The rest of the island, which was once a mill.

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