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Kaple sv. Cyrila a Metoděje na Radhošti
Czech Republic
Kaple sv. Cyrila a Metoděje na Radhošti byla v roce 1999 rozsáhle rekonstruována. Na její opravu bylo použito také dřevo, které v rámci sbírky poskytly obce i soukromí vlastníci lesů na Valašsku. Na výzvu, aby lidé přispěli na záchranu této sto let staré památky, zareagovaly desítky dárců.
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