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Bad Muskau - A Park Made for a Prince

Muskauer Park is situated on the German border with Poland. In 2004 it became a UNESCO World Heritage site - one of the few to span two countries. It was originally designed in the 19th century by Prince Hermann von Pückler-Muskau, who wanted to create a park that looked like an art gallery, and combined nature and architecture on the banks of the river Neisse.

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