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Povodně 2013 - Výhled z Radobýlu na rozvodněné Labe
Czech Republic

Virtuální rozhlédnutí z kopce Radobýl při povodních 2013. Je vidět rozvodněné Labe jen několik hodin před kulminací, jeho soutok s Ohří, a také zatopená města Litoměřice, Terezín a Lovosice.

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