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Pond on parco ducale
Parma

This pond is located on the west side of the "parco ducale" (ducal park). It was built by Ranuccio II in 1690 because he wanted to do some naumachia (naval battle representation).

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Uploaded: 22/08/2009
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Tags: pond; park; ducale; parma; nature; trees; city; naumachia
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