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Sliač, vyhliadka z lúky pod Kozákom
Slovakia

A midday sunlight on a small meadow under Kozak hill in Spa-city Sliac. Above meadow is Spa-areal with hotels, spa-buildings, gardens and walking places for patients. Under meadow we can see a part of Sliac city and far away a valley  of Hron river.

Copyright: Tristo sestka
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Uploaded: 22/07/2011
Updated: 19/08/2011
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Tags: slovakia; sliac; pod kozakom; spa; nature; meadow; sightseeing
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