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Dubnica nad Vahom Underpass No. 1 under the 1/61 road
Slovakia

The first underpass under the 1/61 road in Dubnica nad Vahom is located in the centre of town. The panorama shows the underpass after a small reconstruction in autumn 2012.

Copyright: Vladimir Ronec
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Uploaded: 16/12/2012
Updated: 16/10/2014
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Tags: dubnica nad vahom; dca; underpass; road; stairs; podchod; schody; cesta; 1/61; mesto; centrum; námestie; slovakia
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