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Banska Bystrica - The Built-up area under Suchy Vrch
Slovakia

 Built-up area under Suchy Vrch (Dry peak) in Banska Bystrica is not in itself interesting. Drawing cloud, however it is worthwhile to look. City Banska Bystrica is at the four mountains, Low Tatras (the east), Great Fatra (the north), Slovak Ore Mountains (the southeast) and Kremnica Highlands (the west). These mountains are in the panorama identifiable.

Zastavba pod Suchym Vrchom v Banskej Bystrici nie je samo o sebe zaujimava. Kresba oblacnosti vsak stoji za pohlad. Mesto Banska Bystrica je na rozhrani styroch horstiev Nizke Tatry (zapadne), Velka Fatra (severne), Slovenske Rudohorie (juhovychodne) a Kremnicke Vrchy (zapadne). Tieto horstva su na tejto panorame identifikovatelne.

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Uploaded: 19/08/2009
Updated: 22/09/2014
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