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Observatory in Dablice
Czech Republic

Obsevatory at the hill on the city edge is open for public and you can also visit the park close to this place. We were allowed to "observe" sunset as well as the bulb filament at the transmitter nearby.

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Uploaded: 20/06/2013
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