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Kromeríž Flower Garden
Czech Republic

romeríž is a Moravian town in the Zlínský kraj of the Czech Republic. The town's main landmark is the Baroque Kromeríž Bishop's Palace, where some scenes from Amadeus and Immortal Beloved were filmed. The Palace and the Kromeríži Flower Garden, are added to the World Heritage Sites since 1998.

See   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kromeriz

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