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Vodni svet
Czech Republic

vodní svět v zoologické zahradě ve Dvoře Králové nad Labem. Vodní svět se nachází vedle areálu slonů na kraji zoologické zahrady.

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Uploaded: 12/02/2012
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Tags: vodni svet; fish; turtle; zoo; dvur kralove nad labem
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