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Rozhledna Kraví hora na Jižní Moravě
Czech Republic

Rozhledna Kraví hora - čekání na start rally Hustopeče 2011.

Patnácti metrová dřevěná rozhledna stojí na kopci Olbramy mezi obcemi Němčičky a Bořetice. Z nejvyššího patra ve výšce 12 metrů je krásný výhled na okolní krajinu Jižní Moravy s vinicemi.

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Copyright: Robert mročka
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Uploaded: 16/06/2011
Updated: 22/09/2014
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Tags: jizni morava; němčičky; bořetice; kraví; hora; rozhledna; aerial
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