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Zámeček
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Zámeček is a small hotel, with a stunning panoramic view from it's terrace in summer. In winter it's a very modest ski location. The hotel is in Janovičky, a place in the north of the Czech republic in Královéhradecký, at the end of a scenic road near the Polish border.

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Uploaded: 11/06/2011
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