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Powerscourt Gardens - Japanese Gardem's Trail - Ireland
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The Japanese Gardem at Powerscourt Estate, County Wicklow in Ireland, is one of the many gardens at Powerscourt Estate, qho is a country estate with one the most famous group of gardens placed where was a 13th centry castle and was became in a large palladian house of the 18th century.

Copyright: Rubens Cardia
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Uploaded: 12/06/2012
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Tags: gardens; gardem; jardins; jardim; irlanda; ireland; outdoor; trilha; trail
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