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Interier horské chaty na Prašivé - Bezručova místnost


Horská chata na Prašivé leží v CHKO Beskydy v nadmořské výšce 706 m. Jedná se o architektonicky jedinečnou dřevěnou chatu z roku 1921. Poblíž chaty se nachází dřevěný kostel sv. Antonína z roku 1640.

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