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Lord's Rock in Northern Bohemia
Czech Republic

Lord's Rock (sometimes called as Devils Rock). Magic location near to Kamenický Šenov. This monument is also known thanks to the Movie fairytale Pyšná princezna. The rock is composed from basalt magma.

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送信日: 06/10/2013
更新日: 09/10/2013
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