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Chrobry's Embankments In The Evening
Poland

Leżące wzdłuż rzeki Odry, tarasy widokowe o długości 500 m wznoszące się na wysokość 19 m. W widocznym na zdjęciu, położonym nieco wyżej, gmachu mieście się obecnie Muzeum Narodowe oraz Teatr Współczesny.

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