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Tisovec (SVK)
Slovakia

Tisovec, okr. Rimavská Sobota.

Jozeffiho ulica s výhľadom na fabriku na výrobu vápna a mletých vápencov. /Jozeffiho Street overlooking The Factory  for production of lime and ground limestone.

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Taken: 15/04/2012
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