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Kumbal Kavarna coffee shop cafe
Prague
Kumbal is an excellent coffee shop (kavarna) which is non-smoking and has free wifi. It's near strossmayerovo namesti, metro vltavska, the national gallery (Veletržní palác), and vystaviste.
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Uploaded: 12/07/2009
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