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Miniatury Ostrava
Czech Republic
Miniuni je venkovní areál, v jehož půvabně upraveném exteriéru můžete shlédnout 34 modelů významných evropských staveb jako je například Eiffelova věž, 7 divů světa a další. Modely jsou postaveny v měřítku 1:25. V posledních letech se areál společně se Slezskoostravským hradem a Pohádkovým sklepem strašidel zařadil na přední místa ve statistikách návštěvnosti kulturních památek a je bohatě navštěvován i zahraničními turisty.
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