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Learn Czech with fun in Olomouc

Theatre workshop for students of Summer School of Slavonic Languages in Olomouc / Czech Republic. The workshop is supervised by professional actors of Moravian Theatre in Olomouc. A lot of fun, a lot of learning! Enjoy with olomouc-guide.com

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