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Benedictine Monastery And Church Hronsky Benadik (SVK)

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Benediktinsky klaštor a kostol v Hronskom Beňadiku

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A: Hronsky Beňadik, hlavné námestie / Main Square.

by Cibula Vincent, 120 meters away

Pod Kláštorom. / Under The Monastery. 

Hronsky Beňadik, hlavné námestie / Main Square.

B: Koliba / Chalet - Tekovská Kúria.

by Cibula Vincent, 2.6 km away

Križovatka Hronský Beňadik na rýchlostnej ceste R1.Crossroad Hronský Beňadik The R1 expressway.

Koliba / Chalet  - Tekovská Kúria.

C: Rieka Hron pri Tlmačoch / Hron River near Tlmače

by Cibula Vincent, 7.5 km away

Vodná nádrž na rieke Hron.The water reservoir on the river Hron.

Rieka Hron pri Tlmačoch / Hron River near Tlmače

D: Kostol Nemcinany

by Miro Homola, 8.7 km away

Kostol Nemcinany

E: Nemčiňany

by Miro Homola, 8.9 km away


F: Dvor

by Miro Homola, 9.2 km away


G: Námestie s Trojičným stĺpom - Nová Baňa - Slovakia

by Sergej Esnault, 10.7 km away

Námestie s Trojičným stĺpom - Nová Baňa - Slovakia

H: Rieka Hron / River Hron - Nový Tekov.

by Cibula Vincent, 11.3 km away

Rieka Hron. Medzi obcami Nový Tekov a Starý Tekov premávala dlhé roky malá kompa pre peších a cyklist...

Rieka Hron / River Hron - Nový Tekov.

I: Nový Tekov, centrum.

by Cibula Vincent, 11.6 km away

Centrum nového Tekova (medzi dvomi kostolmi).Miestna turistická atrakcia je hlavne kompa, ktorá spája...

Nový Tekov, centrum.

J: Levice castle from walls - Levice - Slovakia

by Sergej Esnault, 14.1 km away

Ruins of a Gothic castle, which was build in the beginning of 13th century. It was rebuilt in a Renes...

Levice castle from walls - Levice - Slovakia

This panorama was taken in Slovakia, Europe

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