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Dwarf in Mirabell’s Zwerglgarten,  Salzburg,  June 2018

The Zwerglgarten, “Dwarf Garden”,  in Salzburg’s Mirabell Gardens was introduced by Prince Archbishop Franz Anton Harrach in the early eighteenth century. Many of these characters were modelled on dwarves who lived in the court and served as entertainers to the archbishop.

Years later, they were removed and auctioned off, but have since been rescued and cleaned.  They now stand in a circle in the gardens.

Over to all of you to join the challenge with your own dwarf post.
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Copyright Debbie Smyth, 15 July 2018

Posted as part of  One Word Sunday

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