Eifelovka 2
Kysucká eifelovka stojí pri hlavnej ceste do Česka a Poľska. Dal ju postaviť asi pred štyrmi rokmi Grzegorz Piotr Grzegorowski. Syn poľsko-francúzskych rodičov si takto pripomínal svoj byt pri originálnej parížskej dominante.
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Updated: 03/09/2014


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