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Aerial view shows the castle in Bad Muskau, Germany, partly flooded by the Neisse river on  Monday Aug. 9, 2010. The park of the castle is a UNESCO  World Heritage Site. Poles, Czechs and Germans struggled Monday to clean up homes and towns badly damaged as the waters of deadly weekend flooding began to recede. But the swollen rivers pushed northward, and other towns and villages braced for possible high waters.  The floods have killed more than 10 people.  (AP Photo/ddp/ Klaus-Dietmar Gabbert)
Photo by: Klaus-Dietmar Gabbert
Aerial view shows the castle in Bad Muskau, Germany, partly flooded by the Neisse river on Monday Aug. 9, 2010. The park of the castle is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Poles, Czechs and Germans struggled Monday to clean up homes and towns badly damaged as the waters of deadly weekend flooding began to recede. But the swollen rivers pushed northward, and other towns and villages braced for possible high waters. The floods have killed more than 10 people. (AP Photo/ddp/ Klaus-Dietmar Gabbert)

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