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Šutovský Vodopád
Slovakia

Šútovský vodopád je překrásný vodopád, kde voda padá z výšky 30ti metrů. Šútovský vodopád najdeme na řece Šút v Šútovské dolině Krivánské Malé Fatry, asi 23 km od města Martin. Přístup k vodopádu je možný i motorovými vozidly z obce Šútovo. Pokud se vydáte pěšky a nepatříte mezi zdatné turisty, tak se doporučuje použít cestu z Rieky.

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Uploaded: 19/08/2012
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