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Drazovce village in winter - district of Krupina (Hont)
Slovakia

Small village in district of Krupina. Histically it was "Hont" district. The only bridge above the Klastava creek in this village. Start point of cycle route "Cez tri kopce a stovky vinic Drazovce - Krnisov.

Copyright: Tristo Sestka
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Uploaded: 18/01/2014
Updated: 16/10/2014
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Tags: village; hont; krupina; bridge; bicycle road; dražovce; cycle; route
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