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Vydrovo - Cierny Balog, Slovakia
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Vydrovo - Cierny Balog, Slovakia Forestry open air museum

Turists can visit Forrestry open air museum in Vydrovo with turistic train. Train has as attraction steam locomotion.

Copyright: Lubomir Gasparovic
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上传: 15/08/2012
更新: 16/08/2012
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Tags: nature; forestry open air museum; steam locomotive; outdoors
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