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Czech Republic

Hřeben Malchoru 1205m.n.m. Výhled na Lysou Horu a zničený rozcestník... Situace těsně před bouřkou, vysoká vlhkost, vysoká teplota spousta much.

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Uploaded: 30/06/2009
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