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In the bottom - natural - Cotkytle - protected landscape
Czech Republic
A brief description of the area and the characteristics of its natural conditions The reserve is located at an altitude of about 550 meters It consists of a flat alluvial plain Border river with a length of 800 m, approximately oriented towards north - south. Border stream is Moravian Sázava left tributary of the Morava River basin.
Copyright: Jiří Vodička
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