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Čertův mlýn (1207 m.n.m.) - Čertův stůl
Czech Republic

Čertův mlýn (1207 m.n.m.) je čtvrtá nejvyšší hora MS Beskyd. Poblíž jejího vrcholu se nachází kamenný útvar Čertův stůl - je to výtvor přírody nebo lidských rukou...? Horní deska váží 6,5 tuny. Tento dolmen se nachází mimo značenou stezku v NPR Kněhyně - Čertův Mlýn, takže je oficiálně nepřístupný.

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