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Železničný most pod Kozelníkom / Railway Bridge below Kozelník
Slovakia

V roku1948 bola otvorená premávka na Trati mládeže z Hronskej Dúbravy do Banskej Štiavnice, na ktorej pracovalo 47 162 mladých ľudí z Československa, Francúzka, Bulharska, Albánska, Poľska, Ukrajiny, Rakúska, Maďarska, Nórska, Alžírska, Anglicka a Indie. Železničný most pod Kozelníkom je jedným z monumentov Trate mládeže.

In 1948, was opened Traffic on the Railway the Youth Hronská Dúbrava - Banská Štiavnica, who built more than 47 000 young people from Czechoslovakia, France, Bulgaria, Albania, Poland, Ukraine, Austria, Hungary, Norway, Algeria, India and England. Railway Bridge below Kozelnik is one of the Monuments the Railway Line the Youth.

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