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Kramářova cottage
Czech Republic

Cottage on Suchy vrch. In winter, a very popular place for skiers and tourists. One very popular place. Cottage is renovated.  I recommend a visit.

Copyright: Jiří vodička
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Uploaded: 08/03/2013
Updated: 13/03/2013
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Tags: cottage; suchý vrch; kramářova chata; sucháč v zimě
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