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Vitkov - Lysy Vrch Wind Farm in Winter
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The Vítkov wind farm is one of the oldest wind farms in Liberec region. Both praised and hated, the turbines on top of the Bald Hill are prominent feature of this area. This place is a traditional place for wind energy, as you can see the ruins of an old windmill standing right next to the new generation.

Copyright: Tomas Kysela
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