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Teplice rock town
Czech Republic

The Teplice rock town on 1st January 2010. Helena and children were skiing in Kamenec. Me and Mirek enjoyed short walk to the rocks. Icy path, melting snow, fog.

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Uploaded: 03/01/2010
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