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Mountain hut "Strzecha Akademicka"
Poland

Strzecha Akademicka – schronisko PTTK znajdujące się na terenie Karkonoskiego Parku Narodowego, na jednym ze szlaków prowadzących z Karpacza na Śnieżkę. Położone 1258 m n.p.m., pomiędzy Kotłem Małego Stawu i Białym Jarem, około 10 minut drogi od innego schroniska, Samotni. Obecnie schronisko posiada 140 miejsc noclegowych.

Źródło: Wikipedia - Schronisko PTTK "Strzecha Akademicka"

Copyright: Tomek zuk
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Uploaded: 08/10/2012
Updated: 05/09/2014
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