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Ústí nad Labem - Mariánská skála - Povodně 2013
Czech Republic

Virtuální rozhlédnutí z Mariánské Skály v Ústí nad Labem při povodních 2013. Přímo pod vámi je prázdný Mariánský most, dále proti produ most E. Beneše a ještě dále most železniční. Přímo před vámi je čtvrť Střekov, napravo pak můžete vidět hlavní nádraží a spodní část centra města.

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Uploaded: 12/11/2013
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