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Amber Museum, Palanga, Lithuania
Lithuania

This is a museum of amber that has one of the biggest collection of amber in the world. It used to be palace of noblemen Tiskeviciai. There is a big park around this palace.

Copyright: Aurimas Liutikas
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Upplösning: 11394x5697
Uppladdad: 27/07/2009
Uppdaterad: 19/09/2014
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Tags: palanga; palace; amber; lithuania; museum
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