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Kysuce observatory
Slovakia

Kysucká hvezdáreň v Kysuckom Novom Meste

Dolinský potok 1278
024 01 Kysucké Nové Mesto

Tel: 00 421 41 421 2946

http://www.astrokysuce.sk/

kyshvezdknm@vuczilina.sk

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