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Part of Matica slovenska Square after reconstruction Pt. III
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The upper part of Matica slovenska Square in Dubnica nad Vahom after reconstruction. The buildings on both sides of the square are still under construction. The grand opening celebration of the reconstructed square will be held on 21st December 2011. There is a big underground parking under the main area of the Square.

Copyright: Vladimir ronec
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Uploaded: 21/12/2011
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Tags: dubnica nad vahom; dca; matica slovenska; namestie matice slovenskej; fix; filagor; rekonstrukcia; spš
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