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"Bratrství v boji" v Hrabyni
Czech Republic

Sousoší československo - sovětského přátelství Bratrství v boji u památníku II. světové války v Hrabyni. Pískovcoví sověti, směřující k Hrabyni se tyčí do výše šesti metrů (odhadem).

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Uploaded: 04/09/2012
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