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Rudice underground stream entrance - Moravian Karst
Czech Republic

The world-famous Moravian Karst region. This is one of the many river dives and cave locations here. With good bus connections to Brno-Jedovnice, or Rudice, located a few hundred meters from this beautiful spot.

Copyright: Milan toman - spoton s.r.o.
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送信日: 27/05/2011
更新日: 31/10/2011
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Tags: nature; river; stream; forest; plunge; dive; tourist destination; rudice; jedovnice; moravian; karst; brno; moravia; outdoors; natural; green; summer; rock; spectacular; cave; hike; walk; healthy; tourism
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