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Geolines Volume 19

 

The 2nd joint meeting of the Central European Tectonic Studies Group and the 9th meeting of the Czech Tectonic Studies Group was hold in Lucenec, Slovak Republic, in April 2004. In this meeting, representatives of the four main participating countries decided that the next meeting would be held in Hungary. This decision is in line of former intention that the CETeG Meeting will turn to a fully international geoscientific conference, including the Visegrád countries, as well as all other geoscientists interested in tectonic problems of the central European area. Reflecting to the announcement of the organizers, approximatively 100 participants registered at the 3rd CETeG Meeting.

As a positive sign, not only the 4 nations from the Visegrád countries will be represented, but scientists from Romania, Slovenia, and Switzerland will also increase the scientific level of the conference. Facilitating organising tasks and responding scientific needs, Hungarians formed the Hungarian Tectonic Group (HUNTEK), which will hold its first meeting attached to the CETeG conference. The catalysing role of CETeG is very important in the birth of the HUNTEK group, and hopefully, in its future life.

The topics of the conference will concentrate on the main aspects of tectonic research:

  • Structural evolution of the Alpine-Carpathian-Dinaridic orogenic belt: from mountain root to top – analogies from other orogenic belts
  • Structural control on sedimentation and basin evolution
  • Relationship of magmatism and tectonics – chicken or egg?
  • Deformation and evolution of the (lower) crust and upper mantle (tracked by geophysical, geochemical, and petrological methods)

G19-01

Structural Model of the Bersek and Kecskekő Hills in the North–Eastern Gerecse (A Three-Dimensional Visualization)
Pages 15-16
Gáspár ALBERT

G19-02

The Anatomy of Strike-Slip Gas-Bearing Structure of Ryszkowa Wola (Carpathian Foreland Basin, SW Poland as Revealed by 3D Seismics: a Product of Late Sarmatian-Pliocene (?) Episode of E–W Directed Tectonic Compression
Pages16-17
Pawel ALEKSANDROWSKI, Piotr KRZYWIEC, Barbara RYZNER-SIUPIK, Bartosz PAPIERNIK, Janusz SIUPIK, Krzy strof ,MASTALERZ, Anna WYSOCKA, Jacek KASIŃSKI, Piotr NESCIERUK, Antoni WÓJCIK and Tomasz MALATA

G19-03

Thermal Overprint in Paleozoic Sediments of the Moravo-Silesian Zone, Bohemian Massif: a Record of Late Variscan Orogen-Parallel Extension
Page 17
Ondřej BÁBEK, Čestmír TOMEK, Franz NEUBAUER, Eva FRANCŮ and Jiří KALVODA

G19-04

Stress Propagation and Ongoing Basin Inversion in the Pannonian Region
Pages 18-19
Gabor BADA, Gabor WINDHOFFER, Laszlo FODOR, Gyula GRENERCZY, Laszlo TOTH, Frank HORVATH and Sierd CLOETINGH

G19-05

Miocene Danube Basin: Geodynamics and Depositional History
Pages 19-20
Ivan BARÁTH and Alexander NAGY

G19-06

Geochemistry of Lamprophyres of the Ditrău Alkaline Massif
Pages 20-22
Anikó BATKI and Elemér PÁL-MOLNÁR

G19-07

Structural and Paleomagnetic Analysis of Miocene Rocks in Northern Transdanubia
Pages 22-24
Krisztina BENKŐ, László FODOR and Emő MÁRTON

G19-08

Fluids and Earthquake Swarms in Western Bohemia Region
Pages 24-25
Alena BOUŠKOVÁ, Josef HORÁLEK, Eckhard FABER, Falk WEINLICH, Jan HRON and Bohumír ŠKUTHAN

G19-09

Morphotectonics of the Orava Basin, Western Carpathians
Pages 26-27
Monika CHRUSTEK

G19-10

Palaeo-Position and Tectonic Neighborhood of Bükk Mts, N. Hungary
Pages 27-29
László CSONTOS, Emő MÁRTON, Bruno TOMLJENOVIĆ and Márton FÓRIÁN-SZABÓ

G19-11

Late Jurassic-Early Cretaceous Alpine Deformation Events in the Light of Redeposited Sediments
Pages 29-31
László CSONTOS, Orsolya SZTANÓ, Tamás POCSAI, Mónika BÁRÁNY, Márton PALOTAI and Edina WETTSTEIN

G19-12

Cooling History of Tatric Crystalline Basement of Nízke Tatry Mts. (Western Carpathians Inferred from Apatite Fission Track and (U-Th)/He Analysis – Preliminary Results Pages 31-32
Martin DANIŠÍK, István DUNKL, Jaroslav KADLEC and Wolfgang FRISCH

G19-13

Thermo-Barometry of Garnet Granulite Xenoliths from the Bakony Balaton Highland Volcanic Field (BBHVF)
Pages 32-33
Júlia DÉGI, János KODOLÁNYI, Eszter BADENSZKI and Kálmán TÖRÖK

G19-14

Variscan Structure of Hranice Paleozoic Area (Moravosilesian Paleozoic Zone)
Pages 33-34
Vojtěch DVOŘÁK, Jiří KALVODA and Rostislav MELICHAR

G19-15

Complex History of the Lithospheric Mantle Beneath the Western Pannonian Basin
Pages 34-35
György FALUS, Csaba SZABÓ, István KOVÁCS and Zoltán ZAJACZ

G19-16

Structure of the Lithosphere in the West-Pannonian Basin, Based on CELEBRATION 2000 3D Seismic Data and Mantle Xenoliths
Pages 35-36
Tamás FANCSIK, György FALUS, Endre HEGEDŰS, G. Randy KELLER, János KISS, Attila Csaba KOVÁCS and István TÖRÖK

G19-17

New Occurrence of Variscan Micaschists within the Jurassic Meliata Unite, Western Carpathians
Pages 36-37
Shah Wali FARYAD and Wolfgang FRANKE

G19-18

Metamorphic PT Conditions Estimated for Eclogite and Garnet Peridotite from Spačice and Uhrov Localities, Bohemian Massif
Pages 37
Shah Wali FARYAD and Matěj MACHEK

G19-19

New Structural Observations along the Vértessomló Line andImplications for Structural Evolution of the Trasndanubian Range(Western Hungary
Pages 38-40
László FODOR, István BÍRÓ, Gáspár ALBERT and Zoltán LANTOS

G19-20

Ductile Deformation Studies of Anchimetamorphic Sequences in the Bükk Mts., NE Hungary
Pages 40-41
Márton FORIÁN-SZABÓ and László CSONTOS

G19-21

Paleogeography of the Outer Carpathian Carbonate Platforms in Poland
Pages 41-42
Jan GOLONKA, Marek CIESZKOWSKI, Michal KROBICKI, Jacek MATYSZKIEWICZ, Barbara OLSZEWSKA, Nestor OSZCZYPKO and Jacek RAJCHEL

G19-22

Mesozoic Plate Tectonics of the Inner Carpathians – Rotational Approach
Pages 42-43
Jan GOLONKA

G19-23

Prediction of Thermal Water Discharge Zones on the Basis of Structural-Tectonic and Geophysical Analysis in Relation to the Exploitation in Sokolov Basin: Preliminary Note (Ohře Rift, Bohemian Massif)
Pages 44-45
Arnošt GRMELA, Radomír GRYGAR, Jan JELÍNEK, Jiří PÖPPERL and Roman GALEK

G19-24

Kinematics of Fold-Thrust and Nappe Deformations in Variscan Accretion Wedge – Moravosilesian Zone, Bohemian Massif
Pages 45-46
Radomír GRYGAR, Petr WACLAWIK and Jan JELÍNEK

G19-25

Early Palaeozoic Syntectonic Migmatization Preceded Variscan Me tamorphism in the Orlica-Œnieżnik Dome, Sudetes: U-Pb SHRIMP Evidence
Pages 46-47
Aleksandra GRZEŒKOWIAK, Andrzej ŻELANIEWICZ and Mark FANNING

G19-26

Sea Mount as Strain Indicator. Szarvaskő Area, N Hungary
Page 48
Zoltan GULACSI

G19-27

Permian Granites in the Southern Veporicum Unit (Slovak Ore Mountains)
Pages 48-49
Lubomír HRASKO and Ján KRÁL

G19-28

Contrasting Magnetic Fabrics in Sedimentary Rocks of the Accretionary Prisms of the Western Carpathians and the Eastern Rheno-Hercynian Zone
Pages 49-50
Frantisek HROUDA, Martin CHADIMA, Oldrich KREJCI, Jiri OTAVA and Zdenek STRANIK

G19-29

Coaxial Magnetic Fabrics in the Basement Rocks of the Western Carpathians: a Remnant of the Variscan Structure within the Alpine Edifice
Pages 50-51
František HROUDA, Milan KOHÚT and Dagmar GREGOROVÁ

G19-30

Unusual Subduction Mechanism Recorded in Blueschist Clasts from Cretaceous Exotic Conglomerates of the Klape and Manín Units (Pieniny Klippen Belt, Western Carpathians) as Inferred from Geochemical Study
Pages 51-53
Peter IVAN, Rastislav DEMKO and Milan SÝKORA

G19-31

The Tachlovice Fault – a Well-Documented Thrust in the Barrandian
Pages 53-54
Jiří JANEČKA, Rostislav MELICHAR and Petr FERBAR

G19-32

Magmatic History of Granite-Derived Mylonites from the Southern Desná Unit (Silesicum, Czech Republic)
Pages 54-56
Vojtěch JANOUŠEK, Pavel HANŽL, Vladimír ŽÁČEK, David WILIMSKÝ, Jaroslav AICHLER, Vojtěch ERBAN, Marta PUDILOVÁ, Marta CHLUPÁČOVÁ, Kristýna BURIÁNKOVÁ, Petr MIXA and Vratislav PECINA

G19-33

Large-Scale Fold Architecture of the Stronie Formation, the Orlica-Œnieżnik Dome, West Sudetes
Pages 57
Mirosław JASTRZĘBSKI

G19-34

Neotectonic Rejuvenation of Variscan Structures in Relation to Tracing of Methane Escape: Preliminary Note (Upper Silesian Coal Basin, Moravosilesian Area, Bohemian Massif)
Pages 57-59
Jan JELÍNEK and Radomír GRYGAR

G19-35

P-T Conditions and an Extent of the First Alpine Deformation Event Recorded in the Vepor Unit, West Carpathians
Page 59
Petr JEŘÁBEK, Shah Wali FARYAD, Karel SCHULMANN, Ondrej LEXA and Lucie TAJČMANOVÁ

G19-36

Syn-Sedimentary Deformations in the Eocene Tatabánya Basin, Central Hungary
Pages 60-61
Zsolt KERCSMÁR and László FODOR

G19-37

Karst Phenomena as Indicators of Tectonic Styles
Page 61
Eva KILENYI

G19-38

Cretaceous Structural Evolution of the Bakony Mts., Hungary
Pages 61-63
Ada KISS and László FODOR

G19-39

Do We Know the Oldest Rock from the Western Carpathians at all?
Pages 63-64
Milan KOHÚT, Sarah C. SHERLOCK and Ulrike POLLER

G19-40

Metamorphic and Microstructural Evolution of Orthogneisses and Granulites of the Eger Complex (NW Bohemian Massif) – Record of Progressive Granulitization of the Lower Crust?
Page 65
Jiří KONOPÁSEK and Karel SCHULMANN

G19-41

Alpine Tectonometamorphic Evolution of the Uppony and Szendrő Paleozoic (NE Hungary)
Pages 65-66
Balázs KOROKNAI

G19-42

New Paleomagnetic and Magnetic Susceptibility (AMS) Data on the Mórágy Granite (SW Hungary) — Implications for Ductile and Brittle Deformation
Pages 66-67
Balázs KOROKNAI, Miklós LANTOS and Gyula MAROS

G19-43

Surface Exposures of Pre-Mesozoic Basement in the Ipež Depression: Geological Structures, Polymetamorphism, and CHIME Dating of Monazite.
Pages 67-69
Martin KOVÁČIK and Patrik KONEČNÝ

G19-44

New 207 Pb / 206 Pb Zircon Ages from the East Karkonosze Metamorphic Complex, West Sudetes – Evidence of the Late Cambrian – Early Ordovician Magmatism
Pages 69-70
Wiesław KOZDRÓJ, Krzysztof TURNIAK, Marion TICHOMIROVA, Klaus BOMBACH, Václav KACHLÍK and Małgorzata ZIÓŁKOWSKA-KOZDRÓJ

G19-45

Anomalously Hot Gradient of Barrovian Sequence in the Silesian Zone (Bohemian Massif): an Interplay between Devonian Rifting and Carboniferous Collision
Pages 70-71
Monika KOŠULIČOVÁ, Pavla ŠTÍPSKÁ, Karel SCHULMANN and Ondrej LEXA

G19-46

Morphology of the Carpathian Gravity Field in the Light of Seismic Data Provided by Experiment CELEBRATION 2000
Pages 71
Lech KRYSINSKI

G19-47

Sediment Hosted Zn-Pb-Cu Mineralization in Siliciclastic Rocks from Moravosilesian Paleozoic: Fault Controlled Mineralizing Fluids Derived from Evaporated Seawater
Pages 72
Jan KUČERA, Klára KUČEROVÁ-CHARVÁTOVÁ and Petr WELSER

G19-48

Deformation of Metamorphic (Tornaic? and Non-Metamorphic (Bódva Mesozoic Sequences in the Central Part of the Rudabánya Hills (NE Hungary)
Pages 73-74
Szilvia KÖVÉR, László FODOR, Sándor KOVÁCS, László CSONTOS and Csaba PÉRÓ

G19-49

Tertiary Rotations Detected in the Fruška Gora (South Pannonian Basin) by Paleomagnetic Measurements
Pages 74-75
Vesna LESIĆ, Emő MÁRTON and Vesna CVETKOV

G19-50

Architectural Analysis of the Hlavačov Gravel and Sand – a Fluvial Relict of Neogene River System: Preliminary Report
Pages 75-76
Richard LOJKA and Marcela STÁRKOVÁ

G19-51

Origin and Orientation of Microporosity in Eclogites of Different Microstructure
Pages 76-77
Matěj MACHEK, Petr ŠPAČEK, Stanislav ULRICH and Florian HEIDELBACH

G19-52

Limestone Microstructures and Strain Patterns as Metamorphic Indicators of Low-Temperature Deformation in the Eastern Part of the Bükk Mountains (NE Hungary)
Pages 77-78
Ferenc MÁDAI

G19-53

The Miocene Transpressional Tectonics along the Pieniny Klippen Belt (Zázrivá, Western Carpathians)
Pages 78-80
František MARKO, Rastislav VOJTKO, Dušan PLAŠIENKA and źubomír SLIVA

G19-54

Paleo-Stress Determination in Boreholes Drilled in the Boda Siltstone Formation (Mecsek Mts., Hungary) with the ImaGeo Corescanner System
Pages 80-81
Gyula MAROS, László FODOR and Klára PALOTÁS

G19-55

Post-Sedimentary Mesozoic – Cenozoic Thermotectonic Evolution of the Krkonoše Piedmont Basin (Bohemian Massif) Interpreted from Apatite Fission-Track Analysis
Pages 81-82
Karel MARTÍNEK, Martin SVOJTKA and Jiří FILIP

G19-56

Post-Badenian Horizontal Movements in the Pannonian Basin as Indicated by Paleomagnetic Data
Pages 82-84
Emő MÁRTON

G19-57

Coupling between Foreland and Backarc Basins Post-Orogenic Vertical Movements: Neotectonic Deformations in the SE Carpathians – Transylvania Basin Corridor
Pages 84-85
Liviu MATENCO, Marius TILITA, Sierd CLOETINGH and Corneliu DINU

G19-58

Petrogenesis, Age and Tectono-Metamorphic Evolution of the Acid Metavolcanites of the Stronie Formation (Orlica-Œnieżnik Dome, Sudetes, SW Poland)
Page 85
Mentor MURTEZI and Mark FANNING

G19-59

HP Melting and its Relationship to the Granulite Facies Metamorphism – an Example of the “Gföhl Nappe” in the Kutná Hora Crystalline Complex
Pages 86-87
Radmila NAHODILOVÁ, Shah Wali FARYAD, Jaroslava PERTOLDOVÁ, Jiří KONOPÁSEK and Veronika ŠTĚDRÁ

G19-60

Uplift Phase Deformation Features of the NE Part of the Bükk Mountains, NE Hungary
Pages 87-88
Norbert NÉMETH

G19-61

Tectonics of Gemericum (Inner Western Carpathians) – Inheritor of Complex Double-Stage Collision
Pages 89
Zoltán NÉMETH

G19-62

Internal Strain Fabric of the Mohelno Serpentinized Peridotite
Pages 90-91
Libor NOSÁL, Stanislav ULRICH and František HROUDA

G19-63

Metabasites of the Nove Mesto Group, West Sudetes: a Rift-Related Bimodal Sequence Incorporated in a Variscan Nappe Structure
Pages 91-92
Izabella NOWAK and Andrzej ŻELANIEWICZ

G19-64

The Early Miocene Olistostromes and “Old Styrian Overthrusting” in the Polish Western Carphatians
Pages 92-93
Nestor OSZCZYPKO and Marta OSZCZYPKO-CLOWES

G19-65

Mineral Chemistry of Variscan Granitoids from Highis Mts. (Apuseni Mts., Romania)
Pages 93-95
Elemér PÁL-MOLNÁR, Zsombor KASSAY and Eduárd ANDRÁS

G19-66

Upper Jurassic Gravitationally Redeposited Sediments in the Transdanubian Range
Pages 95-96
Márton PALOTAI and Péter DÖVÉNYI

G19-67

The New Structural Model of the Pavlov Hills (Western Carpathians, Czech Republic)
Pages 96
Ivan POUL and Rostislav MELICHAR

G19-68

The Turčianska Kotlina Depression an Example of the Strike-Slipe Basin
Page 97
Miloš RAKÚS, Jozef HÓK, Ján KRÁź and Júlia KOTULOVÁ

G19-69

Preliminary Results of Analogue Modelling of the Palaeogene and Neogene Evolution of the Western Outer Carpathians (Poland)
Pages 98-99
Marta RAUCH

G19-70

Pattern of the Mesoscopic Thrust Faults in the Central Part of the Silesian Nappe (Polish Western Outer Carpathians)
Pages 99-100
Marta RAUCH

G19-71

Calcite Twinning Stress Inversion Using OIM (EBSD) Data
Pages 100-101
Jiří REZ, Rostislav MELICHAR, Peter PÖLT, Stefan MITSCHE and Jiří KALVODA

G19-72

The Alps-Dianrides-Carpathians Connection: a Compilation of Tectonic Units as a First Step for Retrodeforming the Pre-Miocene Configuration
Pages 101-103
Stefan SCHMID, Bernhard FÜGENSCHUH and Kamil USTASZEWSKI

G19-73

Geochronological Constraints of Mesozoic and Tertiary Reworking of Paleozoic Basement Units in SW Carpathians
Pages 103-104
Karel SCHULMANN, Raymond MONTIGNY, Ondrej LEXA, Shah Wali FARYAD and Petr JEŘÁBEK

G19-74

Geological Structure of the Czech Republic Depicted by the New Gravity and Magnetic Field Images
Pages 104-105
Jiří SEDLÁK, Ivan GNOJEK and Stanislav ZABADA

G19-75

The Eocene to Oligocene Changes of Depositional Environments in the Central Carpathian Paleogene Basin (Spišská Magura Mts., Slovakia)
Pages 106-107
źubomír SLIVA and Michal KOVÁČ

G19-76

Gosau Deposits of the Apuseni Mts. as a Support to Understanding the Geodynamic Evolution of the Alpine/Carpathian Orogen
Pages 107-109
Volker SCHULLER, Wolfgang FRISCH, Mihaela MELINTE, Istvan DUNKL and Martin DANISIK

G19-77

Crustal Structure of the Western Carpathians from CELEBRATION 2000 Data
Page 109
Piotr ŒRODA, Wojciech CZUBA, Marek GRAD, Aleksander GUTERCH, Antek K. TOKARSKI, Tomasz JANIK, Marta RAUCH, G. R. KELLER, E. HEGEDÜS, J. VOZÁR and Celebration 2000 Working Group (E. GACZYŃSKI, M. MALINOWSKI, M. ZUCHNIAK, H. THYBO, P. HRUBCOVÁ, A. ŠPIČÁK, E. BRUECKL, Z. HAJNAL, O. SELVI and S. HARDER

G19-78

Seismic Velocities of Rocks: Numerical Comparison of Calculated Data with Experiment
Page 110
Petr ŠPAČEK and Rosa MELICHAR

G19-79

Can Ternary Feldspars be Used to Constrain the Metamorphic Conditions of High-Grade Meta-Igneous Rocks? Evidence from Orthopyroxene Gneisses, Bohemian Massif
Pages 110-111
Pavla ŠTÍPSKÁ and Roger POWEL

G19-80

Decompression Plagioclase Rims around Metastable Kyanite Crystals in Moldanubian Granulites – a Clue to Equilibration Volumes in Water-Defi cient Metamorphic Rocks
Pages 111-112
Lucie TAJČMANOVÁ, James A.D. CONNOLLY and Jiří KONOPÁSEK

G19-81

Correlation of Structural and Metamorphic Evolution of Metamorphic Rocks from the Svratka and Polička Crystalline Complexes
Page 112
Lucie TAJČMANOVÁ, Kryštof VERNER and Jaroslava PERTOLDOVÁ

G19-82

Facies and Architectural Analysis of Low-Sinuosity Fluvial Deposits of the Nýřany Member (Westphalian D – Cantabrian), Kralupy Area, Kladno–Rakovník Basin
Pages 113-114
Zuzana TASÁRYOVÁ, Karel MARTÍNEK and Stanislav OPLUŠTIL

G19-83

Contribution to Understanding the Igneous Activity During Later Stages of the Variscan Orogeny: Preliminary Results of Petrological, Geochemical and Structural Study of the Plechý Pluton (Moldanubian Batholith, Bohemian Massif)
Page 115
Kryštof VERNER, Patricie TÝCOVÁ, Jaroslava PERTOLDOVÁ and František HOLUB

G19-84

Fabrics and Emplacement of Variscan Ultrapotassic Melasyenite Plutons: Implications for Tectonic Processes in the Orogenic Root Domain (Moldanubian Zone, Bohemian Massif)
Page 116
Kryštof VERNER, Jiří ŽÁK and František V. HOLUB

G19-85

Morphology and Geometry of Deformation Bands in Glaciodynamic Melange of the Odranian Age from the Kleczew Graben Zone (Polish Lowland)
Pages 117-118
Wojciech WŁODARSKI

G19-86

The Structure of the Gypsum-Anhydrite Dome at Alsótelekes
Pages 118-119
Tibor ZELENKA, János KALÓ and Norbert NÉMETH

G19-87

Active Faults in Poland: An Overview
Page 119
Witold ZUCHIEWICZ

G19-88

High Pressure and Low Temperature Metamorphism along the North-Eastern Margin of the Bohemian Massif
Page 120
Eliška ŽÁČKOVÁ, Shah Wali FARYAD and Jiří KONOPÁSEK

G19-86

Continental Extrusion along the Red River Shear Zone, NW Vietnam: New Structural and Geochronological Data
Pages 121-122
Andrzej ŻELANIEWICZ, Hoa Trong TRAN and Mark FANNING

G19-87

3rd Meeting of the Central European Tectonic Studies Group / 10th Meeting Of The Czech Tectonic Studies Group, Felsőtárkány, Hungary, April 14–17, 2005:

Excursion Guide
Pages 125-162
Márton Fórián SZABÓ and László CSONTOS

Pre-Conference Excursion: Geologic Overview of N Hungary, Bükk Mts.

Stop 1. Szarvaskő, Várbérc Gorge, Roadcut; Tardos, Abandoned Quarry and Tóbérc Abandoned Quarry

Stop 2. Nagyvisnyó, Abandoned Quarry

Stop 3. Magas-kő, Roadcut

Stop 4. Lillafüred, Roadcut of the Main Road

Stop 5. Hollostető, Roadside Cliff

Stop 6. Bányahegy, Type Section Along the Roadcut

Stop 7. Lök-völgy, Roadcut

László FODOR, Gyula RADÓCZ, Orsolya SZTANÓ, Balázs KOROKNAI, László CSONTOS and Szabolcs HARANGI

Post-Conference Excursion: Tectonics, Sedimentation and Magmatism along the Darnó Zone Stop 1. Sarmatian Rhyolitic Tuff, Lénárddaróc, Kakarcsó Hill

Stop 2. Senonian Conglomerate, Csokvaomány, Road Junction

Stop 3. Uppony Thrust, Uppony, Entrance of the Csernely Valley

Stop 4. Giant Convolution, Pétervására Sandstone, Ózd-Somsály

Stop 5. Darnó Conglomerate, Szajla, Kis-Hegy

Stop 6. Sirok, Castle Hill

 

 

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