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Lednice - Minaret
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Lednice Minaret

62 metrů vysoka stavba se tremi galeriemi slouzi jako rozhledna. Do nejvyssiho patra vede 302 schodu. Narocna stavba na mocalovitem podlozi probihala v letech 1797 az 1802.

Built in the years 1797-1802 and is the oldest tower in the territory of the Czech republic and also with the 62 meters highest building (302 stairs will lead you to the top ) of this type in non-Islamic country

Copyright: Cibula vincent
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Uploaded: 29/08/2010
Updated: 09/03/2012
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