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Challet St. Christopher - Koliba u sv. Kristofa Banska Bystrica
Slovakia

In connection with the development of tourism has grown along roads in Slovakia stylish all-wooden challets in the spirit of Slovak traditions (called Koliba), offering passengers comfortable seating and refreshments. This panorama is interior the Challet St. Christopher in Banska Bystrica.

V suvislosti s rozvojom turistickeho ruchu vyrastli pri cestach na Slovensku stylove celodrevene zruby v duchu slovenskej tradicie (tzv. Koliby) ponukajuce cestujucim prijemne posedenie a obcerstvenie. Na tejto panorame je interier Koliby u sv.Kristofa na Uľanskej ceste v Banskej Bystrici.

Copyright: Cibula Vincent
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Resolution: 10328x5164
Uploaded: 29/03/2010
Updated: 22/09/2014
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