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    Hollywood star Milla Jovovich visited Botanic Garden in Krakow 

    Hollywood star Milla Jovovich has been in Krakow for the past few days with her family, where she is working on the set of a new film ‘In the Lost Lands.’ In her free time, the actress was exploring Krakow and visited the Botanic Garden of Jagiellonian University. “Some places have magic,” she wrote. 

    All eyes turned to the Botanic Garden of the Jagiellonian University in Krakow. On Wednesday (Jan 4), Milla Jovovich, a well-known actress and model, shared on social media her impressions of her visit to Krakow’s Botanic Garden.

    “Never thought a trip to the botanical gardens would make the kids so peaceful and introspective. We all wandered through the humid environment and the little ones would sit so still waiting for the fairies to come out of hiding. The girls watched the reflections of the plants and leaves in the pools of water, speaking in whispers. I took the opportunity to snap some beautiful, poignant pictures that I knew captured the mood we all felt. Some places have magic. You can feel them. Kids feel them even stronger and react in unexpected ways. My own who are usually chatterboxes just perched in out of the way places and let the garden speak to them in its warm, languorous, embracing way. And it all felt exactly as it should. And it all felt just right,”

    the actress wrote.

    Milla Jovovich’s stay in Krakow was reported by the portal already on November 22, 2022. 

    “As we were able to establish, actors Milla Jovovich and Dave Bautista are currently in Krakow. They are both starring in a new film directed by Paul W.S. Anderson called “In the Lost Lands,” which is being shot at the Alvernia film studio,”

    Dawid Matuszyński, editor-in-chief of, wrote. 

    The actress is known, among others, for her roles in such blockbusters as “The Fifth Element” and “The Messenger: The Story of Joan of Arc.” She is currently taking part in her husband Paul W.S. Anderson’s film project entitled “In the Lost Lands.”

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