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Three Crosses under Spania Dolina (SVK)
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Špania Dolina leží 11 km severne od Banskej Bystrice, neďaleko Starých Hôr, na rozhraní Nízkych Tatier a Veľkej Fatry, vo výške 728 m n. m. Je starobylou baníckou obcou. Pre svoje náleziská medenej rudy obsahujúcej aj striebro bola kedysi preslávená po celej Európe.

 Ancient mining village Spania Dolina is situated 11 km to the north from Banska Bystrica, not far from Stare Hory, on the borderline of the Low Tatras and the Great Fatra, in 728 m above seal level. Gaining a significance of European format was caused in the 15th century whith copper mining.

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