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One of three expensive observation decks still standing

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The remaining two were dismantled due to their dilapidated condition.

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As part of the implementation of the cross-border cooperation project 2007-2013 between Slovakia and the Czech Republic, three tourist observatories were officially opened on December 16, 2009. Poľana in Brestvec, Hrajky near Tura Lúka, part of Slovakia. On the Czech side of the border is the Drach lookout in the Moravian mountains of Jabolnik.

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These three observatories were built with significant financial support from EU funds. The total amount is 166,239 euros.

One of the three observatories remains as of August. Hrajky tower near Tura Lúka village.

Dismantling the first one

The Drachy Lookout on the Moravian side near the village of Jabolnik was the first to be demolished. On a clear day, you can even see Buchlov Castle.

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