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Pansky Diel (SVK)
Slovakia

Pansky diel je 1100 m vysoky kopec nad Banskou Bystricou. Na vrchole koncia tri lyziarske vleky. Su tu tiez multifunkcne telekomunikacne stoziare. Pod kopcom na severnej strane je rekreacne stredisko a hotel Sachticka s podmienkami pre letnu aj zimnu turistiku.

The Hill Pansky Diel is 1100 m high above the city Banska Bystrica (SVK). At the top end three ski lifts. There are also multi-functional telecommunications towers. Below the hill on the north side is a holiday resort and hotel Sachticka with the conditions for summer and winter tourism.

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