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Serbian Railways ZS provided two ex Yugoslavian first class coaches as  second class coaches for the Eurocity 345 from Prague to Belgrade. These coaches where built around 1980. They haven't seen any renovation since they were delivered...

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Uploaded: 15/08/2009
Updated: 03/02/2012
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Brno is Czech's second largest city. It's a place full of peaceful country folk who drink more wine than Bohemians, their Czech friends to the west. Brno hasn't been trampled by many tourists, so it has quite a different character than the capital city, especially from the eyes of a visitor.