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Rozhledna Hraniční vrch u Města Abrechtice
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Rozhledna Hraniční vrch u Města Albrechtice. Vznikla ze dvou starých stožárů telekomunikačních vysílačů. Tyto stožáry jsou ve výšce 25 metrů spojeny mostem, po kterém se můžete projít. Rozhledna byla otevřena 4.10.2011 a je veřejnosti volně přístupná.

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