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For the pension for seniors
Lanškrou a okolí

New housing and building houses for elderly people in Lanškroun. Janacek and the Polish part of the street.

The house offers for elderly people.

Accommodation - Restaurants - hygiene - accompaniment - general advice -

assistance with self-service - basic health care - service activation

For residents of a home for seniors and the elderly for other cities:

Computer Club for elderly people each

Copyright: Jiří vodička
Type: Cylindrical
Resolution: 6000x2231
Uploaded: 29/05/2012
Updated: 02/06/2012
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