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View from Malhostovicka pecka hill
Czech Republic

Malhostovická pecka is rock formation and protected natural monument, located 0.5 km south of Malhostovice village in Czech republic.

Copyright: Vitezslav Krejci
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8508x4254
Taken: 12/01/2014
Uploaded: 07/05/2014
Updated: 27/05/2014
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Tags: hill; czech; kopec; nature; outdoors; fieds; rock; skala
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