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Old good Rača with a calm atmosphere is situated in the southern part of Low Carpathians mountains surrounded by probably the most famous vineyard region in Slovakia. It is actually a small "village" inside of a city, due to the high number of family houses, its history, and almost an idyllic "village" calm atmosphere. Nowadays, still more and more modern houses are built around, mainly in the vineyards area.

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