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Liberec Dam Spring Evening
Czech Republic

Liberec dam is very close to the city centre so it usually is full of people trying to relax. You can walk, run or cycle around it, swim in it, play volleyball and other sports, and you are surrounded by forest, less than half an hour walk from basically anything you need.

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Uploaded: 03/05/2013
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