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Ivančena
Czech Republic

Kamenná mohyla na Ivančeně (925 m. n. m.) v Beskydech  mezi Malchorem a Kykulkou pod vrcholem Lysé hory vystavená na památku popravených skautů účastnících se protinacistického odboje. více na http://cs.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ivančena

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Uploaded: 08/02/2010
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