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Námestie Matice slovenskej počas Vianoc časť I.
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Lower part of Matica slovenska Square in Dubnica nad Vahom during Christmas time with the brand new light fountain.

Copyright: Vladimir ronec
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Uploaded: 19/01/2013
Updated: 07/02/2013
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Tags: dubnica nad vahom; matica slovenska square; namestie matice slovenskej; christmas; time; výzdoba; decorations; strom; vianočný; tree; light; fountain; svetelná; fontana
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