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Rozhledna Panorama Chlebovice
Czech Republic

Rozhledna Panorama stojí na úbočí hory Kabátice(601m.n.m.) v obci Chlebovice. Věž je tvořena ocelovou konstrukcí o celkové výšce 22,1 m se dvěma vyhlídkovými plošinami. Dolní plošina na úrovni 15 metrů je otevřená a volně přístupná. Horní plošina je 17,7 metrů nad zemí a je obložená dřevem. Vede na ni celkem 93 schodů. Podnož věže tvoří zděná místnost obložená kamenem, kde je  umístěna provozní místnost se zdrojem elektrické energie.

Copyright: Robert Mročka
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Uploaded: 01/09/2009
Updated: 22/09/2014
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