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Vrchol Filipka
Czech Republic
Vrchol Filipka má nadmořskou výšku 761 m. Společně s výraznější Loučkou (835 m) leží na hřebeni, který ze západu obepíná údolí Hluchové. Leží na hraničním trojmezí obcí Hrádek, Návsí a Nýdek, což je připomínáno trojmezním hraničním kamenem. V okolí vrcholu se nachází několik staveb, kterým se říká Filipka. Nejstarší je tradiční goralská dřevostavba, vedle ní je stejnojmenná turistická restaurace. 200 metrů jižněji je rekreační chata Celní správy Nýdek-Filipka.
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