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Bouda U Bileho Labe - Krkonose
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Bouda U Bílého Labe se nachází nedaleko Špindlerova mlýna v Krkonoších. Tato horská bouda je křižovatkou pro horskou turistiku.

Další virtuální prohlídky z okolí:

Weberova cesta 1, Weberova cesta 2 - Weberova cesta spojuje Luční boudu a boudu U Bílého Labe

Dřevařská cesta - horská stezka na trase Špindlerův mlýn - Bouda U Bílého Labe

Virtuální prohlídku vytvořil Pavel Mikoška

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送信日: 18/12/2011
更新日: 07/11/2012
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