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Small city with BIG park

Beautiful park with water pond . Take a walk around the pond and enjoy the quiet. ideal place to... read more

Reviewed 2 June 2016
MZ123461
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Prague, Czech Republic
Breathtaking gardens

Ideal place for a trip during the heat of the summer. There is a large house with good café and... read more

Reviewed 28 January 2013
Tina Q
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Moscow, Russia
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24 Jul 2017
“Another non-English language world heritage site, they don't welcome non-German speaking visitors.”
26 Jan 2017
“Been to this place many times ”
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Reviewed 24 July 2017

Situated at the border between Germany and Poland, Muskauer Park is a non-internationalized, no-English text world heritage site. As it was a world heritage site, it will attracts human beings from all over the world to visit the place. However, there is only German speaking...More

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Reviewed 26 January 2017 via mobile

One of the most beautiful parks in the world IMHO. It straddles the Poland /Germany border. Designed by Hermann Von Pückler-Muskau a great landscape architect. This place is as nice as anything that Fredrick Law Olmsted architected, but not as grand or as busy as...More

Thank DanInPL
Reviewed 2 June 2016

Beautiful park with water pond . Take a walk around the pond and enjoy the quiet. ideal place to take great pictures

Thank MZ123461
Reviewed 1 November 2014

Much smaller than Polish part, but much more entertaining, where all the associated buildings been located on this side of the border. Lots of small bridges, forest alleys, little ponds. Funny "bush dome", where you can be transferred to rainforests of Africa. Main entrance just...More

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Reviewed 28 January 2013

Ideal place for a trip during the heat of the summer. There is a large house with good café and pastries and then you have the vast and expanding gardens to get lost in. There are many routes you can take and they will take...More

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Reviewed 31 October 2012

We entered this park on the Polish side (Park Muzakowski) and crossed the Neisse Bridge to reach the castle and surrounding buildings. There are some great walks amongst the trees and interesting gardens all laid out by Puckler in the early 1800s. The restoration of...More

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