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Fatras and Tatras in Slovak Mountains
Donovaly

Sedlo medzi kopcami Nová Hoľa a Zvolen vo Veľkej Fatre. Východne vidieť hrebeň Nízkych Tatier

Saddle between The Hills Nova Hola and Zvolen in the Great Fatra

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