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Liberec - Spring Evening Park Behind Liebieg's Villa
Czech Republic

Spring dusk in a small park just behind Liebieg's villa. Theodor von Liebieg was one of most successful businessmen of his time and this one was his probably nicest villa.

Copyright: Tomas kysela
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