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Ski areál Mladé Buky
Czech Republic

Areal Mlade Buky is located near by Trutnov City on foot of the Giant mountains. You can find a lot of fun here in winter like ski, snowboard, snowtubing, longest bobsled in Czech republic and also in summer you can try downhill bike trails and enjoy your stay in this place.

Copyright: Vojtěch Petr
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Uploaded: 04/03/2014
Updated: 05/03/2014
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Tags: ski; areal; resort; mlade buky; snowboard; winter
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