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Unknown Lady gracefully seats on the bench in the Mikhailovsky Public Garden
Minsk
There is a legend about the bronze lady that gracefully seats on the bench in the Mikhailovsky Public Garden. They say that if a lonely young man seats next to her, holds her petite hand for a minute and strokes her knee, then he will soon for sure find a beautiful girlfriend and they will live happily ever after.
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