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Dobroniva Castle Ruin

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The ruin of the castle “Dobroniva” lies in the village Podzamcok (SVK). Which was founded after Tatar invasion in the second half of the 13th century as the guard object. It was the center of the life until the 16th century.

Ruina hradu “Dobroniva” v obci Podzámčok. Hrad vznikol v druhej polovici 13.storočia po tatárskom vpáde, slúžil ako strážny objekt a bol centrom života až do 16.storočia.

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A: Neresnica river

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The spring water of the river Neresnica, Zvolen, Slovakia. Jarne vody na potoku Neresnica

Neresnica river

B: Pusty Hrad Vstupna Brana

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Pusty Hrad Vstupna Brana

C: Pustý hrad - časť Dončov hrad

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Pustý hrad - časť Dončov hrad

D: Pusty castle - entrance tower

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Pusty castle - entrance tower

E: Zvolen osobná stanica

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Zvolen osobná stanica

F: Technical university in Zvolen - Slovakia

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At present, the TU comprises four faculties: The Faculty of Forestry provides education in four curre...

Technical university in Zvolen - Slovakia

G: Ostrá Lúka, Diváci / Wiewers

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Diváci. Preteky do vrchu Ostrá Lúka (SVK). Viewers. The race to the top of Ostra Luka (en.Sharp Meado...

Ostrá Lúka, Diváci / Wiewers

H: Železničný most pod Kozelníkom / Railway Bridge below Kozelník

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V roku1948 bola otvorená premávka na Trati mládeže z Hronskej Dúbravy do Banskej Štiavnice, na ktorej...

Železničný most pod Kozelníkom / Railway Bridge below Kozelník

I: Ostrá Lúka. Pred štartom / Before start

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Preteky do vrchu Ostrá Lúka (SVK)./ The race to the top of Ostra Luka (en.Sharp Meadow) (Slovak).

Ostrá Lúka. Pred štartom / Before start

J: Park Stefana Visnovskeho

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Park Stefana Visnovskeho

此全景拍摄于Slovakia, Europe


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