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Japanischer Garten
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Die Anlage wurde 2003 eröffnet. Viele Baumaterialien stammen aus Japan, während die Pflanzen und Steine aus Deutschland kommen. Die Steine wurden vom Baumeister persönlich im Erzgebirge ausgewählt und von ihm während der Bauphase dann auch Stein für Stein im Garten platziert.

Copyright: Wolfgang Peth
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