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Zamek Ujazdowski Qchnia Artystyczna
Warsaw

Source: wikipedia.org

Ujazdów Castle (Polish: Zamek Ujazdowski) is a castle in the historic Ujazdów district, between Ujazdów Park (Park Ujazdowski) and the Royal Baths Park (Łazienki Królewskie), in Warsaw, Poland.

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