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Staré Hory (SVK)
Slovakia

Slovak mountains. Stare Hory

Parkovisko s výhľadom na Krížnu a Majerovu Skalu vo Veľkej Fatre.

Parking with a view to The Mounts Krizna and Majerova Skala(Crisis and Majer Rock) in The Great Fatra.

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