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Zoo Zlín Lešná u Vstupu
Czech Republic

Výstavba celého areálu začala v roce 1804. Vznikla zde stavba určená k chovu bažantů, která sloužila i jako obydlí správce bažantnice. Do roku 1810 byl dokončen původní lešenský zámek. 80 let sloužil hraběcí rodině pouze jako letní sídlo. V zimě Seilernové pobývali na svých statcích v Rakousku.

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