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Slovalco Ziar nad Hronom
Slovakia

Slovalco Ziar nad Hronom - modern factory for the production of aluminum in the neighborhood of 100 annual Ladomer cemetery. An illustrative example of the old village which had to give way to industrial expansion.

Slovalco Ziar nad Hronom - moderny zavod na vyrobu hlinika v susedstve 100 rocneho Ladomerskeho cintorina. Nazorny priklad ako stara osada musela ustupit expanzii priemyslu.

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Taken: 25/04/2010
Uploaded: 04/05/2010
Updated: 03/03/2015
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