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Most nad Považskou Bystricou - The bridge over Povazska Bystrica - 1,28 Gpixel
Slovakia

Pohľad na most nad Považskou Bystricou. Most bol spustený do prevádzky 31.5.2010 v ranných hodinách. Veľkosť panorámy 50602 x 25301 pixelov = 1,28 Gpixel. Pohľad na most z Vrtižiera je na tomto linku:

http://www.fotogaleria.sandor.sk/giga/2010_PB_z_Vrtiziera_PAN_1619.html

Copyright: Pavol sandor
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Resolution: 50602x25301
Uploaded: 24/06/2010
Updated: 11/09/2014
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Tags: považská bystrica; most; brigge; dialnica; highway; slovakia; gigapixel; d1
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