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Lidové tradice a řemesla Uherský Ostroh
Czech Republic

We are a public service company which was established in 2006 thanks to the project "The training of folk creativity and handcrafts" supported from the Structural funds of the European Union. Its aim is to maintain and especially preserve and hand over the traditions of the manufacture of folklore costume to next generations. http://www.tradice-remesla.cz

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Taken: 17/03/2009
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