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Telc Main Square 2
Czech Republic

We visited the town of Telč with the last rays of a beautiful October day. The main square of the town with its beautiful houses is worth seeing. Telč is a UNESCO World Heritage site.

See http://www.telc.eu/tourist_s_attractiveness/houses_on_the_square

Copyright: Fritz Hanke
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送信日: 25/11/2012
更新日: 07/07/2014
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Tags: telč; main square; moravia; czech republic; unesco; world heritage
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