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Czech Brewery Cerna Hora - visit & enjoy

Cerna Hora is a very nice and attractive small to medium size Czech brewery. We organize excursions on the brewery and an extensive testing of a unique lager, offered since 1530. Come and enjoy with www.olomouc-guide.com

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