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The Gate of Time-Tábor
Tabor
500 imprinted on people 's hands at the Gate of Time , which will be a symbolic transition from the new to the old town square Křižík decorate . The author of the Gate of Time is a sculptor Albert Králiček.
Copyright: Jakub Laštovička
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Uploaded: 08/09/2013
Updated: 18/09/2013
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