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Lesní bar
Czech Republic

Imagine walk in the deep forest, morning, rainy day. Suddenly you see log hut, smoking chimney, fire place, bottles of beer and lemonades, boxes with sweets and tea bags and coffee, gas cookers. But nobody is around. Just bird box with sign: "cash register, here, inside".

It is not a dream, not a fairy tale. It is the "Forest bar", about 2 km from Horni Lipova.

In this picture you can see the "cold drinks" floor of the lower "Forest bar". Also the bird box cash register can be found here.

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Copyright: Libor Fettr
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Uploaded: 23/11/2009
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