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Bacowka jaworzec bieszczady

Schronisko turystyki kwalifikowanej PTTK "Jaworzec" położone w malowniczej dolinie Wetlinki. Bacówka "Jaworzec" znajduje się na miejscu nieistniejącej już wsi, o tej samej nazwie, która została zniszczona i wysiedlona po II Wojnie Światowej.

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