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Garten mit Gewässer und Gebirgspflanzen in Sedlonov (CZ)
Czech Republic

In dem Garten mit Gewässer von Jaromir Grulich in Sedlonov (Czech) sind Gebirgspflanzen aus der ganzen Welt zu sehen, die er in den letzten 30 Jahren gepflanzt hat. Jaromir Grulich ist in 2009 verstorben, nun muß seine Frau diesen schönen großen Garten allein bearbeiten und pflegen.

Copyright: Werner Joemann
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