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Liselund Summer Manor Puzzle Details:

About: Liselund is an 18th-century aesthetically landscaped park, complete with several exotic buildings and monuments in Denmark. Liselund Gammel Slot, literally Liselund Old Palace, is a rather small country home built in the French neoclassical style. It is exceptional in that it has a thatched roof. Like the park itself, the house was designed by Andreas Kirkerup. It lies against the slope of the eastern hill, beside a small pond, and overlooks the park to the north.
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