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Reconstruction of the 18th century Duchess' dress at Rundale Palace, Latvia
Latvia

You can see the prototype of the reconstructed dress on the big painting on the background.

Here you can take a walk through the other places of Rundale palace:

http://www.virtuallatvia.lv/rundale-palace

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Copyright: Vil Muhametshin
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Uploaded: 31/05/2010
Atualizado: 25/06/2014
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Tags: reconstruction; 18th century; baroque; duchess dress; rundale palace; latvia
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