Ostrava - Komenského sady
Czech Republic
Komenského sady se rozléhají po levém břehu řeky Ostravice v délce cca 1,3 km. Rozprostírají se od nové radnice v centru Ostravy až k hlavní silnici vedoucí do Bohumína. Uprostřed parku se nachází památník osvobození.
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Uploaded: 17/09/2011
Updated: 30/09/2011


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