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Dukla Marketplace
Poland

Dukla [ˈdukla]; Ukrainian and Russian: Дукля, Duklya] is a town and an eponymous municipality in southeastern Poland, in the Subcarpathian Voivodship. The town is populated by 2,127 people. The Dukla mountain pass is located in the Carpathians, a few kilometers south of Dukla, on the border with Slovakia and was a scene of a major battle in 1944. The city of Krosno is located to the north of Dukla. moore...

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