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Muzeum Oravskej dediny, Zuberec, Slovakia
Slovakia

It is a open-air museum of old village from Orava region in Slovakia. You can see  something from history of people who lived here 300 years ago.

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Uploaded: 06/01/2013
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Tags: old village; nature; houses; cottage; wood; trees; grass
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