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Pohled na Olomouc z věže katedrály sv. Václava
Czech Republic

Pohled na Olomouc z horního ochozu věže katedrály svatého Václava. Cestou nahoru mě ohromil osmitunový zvon svatý Václav, na který zvoní manuálně čtyři zvoníci pomocí lan. Je to zážitek...

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Uploaded: 10/05/2012
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Tags: olomouc; katedrala; dom; svatý václav; ochoz; vez; vyhlídka; aerial
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