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Blatnice Pod Svatym Antoninkem Czech Republic
Czech Republic

Pokud se chcete pokochat krásou starých vinných sklepů, vinohradů, lesů a napít se jiskrného "Blatnického Roháče" zavítejte k nám do Blatnice pod Svatým Antonínkem. Obec leží na jižní Moravě při severovýchodní hranici hodonínského okresu asi 30 km od Hodonína a 20 km od Uherského Hradiště. V úrodném kraji vinné révy, jemuž od pradávna vévodí vévodí poslední výběžek Bílých Karpat -Antonínský kopec - místo světoznámých poutí.

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