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RCO - Olomouc
Czech Republic
Olomouc patří díky své bohaté historii, druhé nejrozsáhlejší městské památkové rezervaci v ČR nebo starobylé univerzitě k nejvýznamnějším kulturním centrům v České republice. Bohatý kulturní život a tradice a centrální poloha v rámci Moravy z něj činí atraktivní místo nejen pro turisty či umělce, ale i obchodníky. http://www.rco.cz/kultura-a-volny-cas-9.html
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