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Celna Street
Warsaw

The name (Celna st.) comes from the custom at the city walls. Street was named Gnojna earlier. The city walls, at the mouth of the street, residents threw away all the impurities. For centuries, these impurities will have accumulated a lot and today we can look at Prague from the observation deck, located on the top Gnojna hill.

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