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Chalet/chata “Zbojska”, Pohronska Polhora, Slovakia
Slovakia

SKI-centrum Zbojská - koniec lyžiarskej sezóny. Fašiangovská sánkovačka.

Carnival sledging in the areal of SKI Zbojská - end of ski season.

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