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Danube at Cunovo (SVK)
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Hrušovská Zdrž, Zadná strana. Odkláňa vody Dunaja do prívodného kanála k Vodnému dielu Gabčíkovo. / Hrusovska Reservoir Back. Diverts The Danube Waters in to The inlet Channel to The Hydroelectric Dam in Gabcikovo.

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