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Lookout tower Svarov
Czech Republic

Věž - Rozhledna se nachází mezi obcí Svárov a Březolupy. Jde o stavbu na soukromém pozemku. Tato soukromá věž je postavena jako nástavba studny a náleží k rodinnému domu který je v bezprostřední blízkosti. Děkuji majitelům této stavby za umožnění fotografování.

Copyright: Pavel Mikoska Www.Pavel Mikoska.Cz
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Taken: 28/08/2011
Uploaded: 29/08/2011
Updated: 25/08/2014
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Tags: region za moravu; brezolupy; svarov; rozhledna; vez
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