Trnávka (Pardubice District)

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Location of Trnávka in the Czech Republic

Trnávka is a small village in the Pardubice Region of the Czech Republic. It has around 200 inhabitants.

Coordinates: 50°02′12″N15°27′13″E / 50.03667°N 15.45361°E / 50.03667; 15.45361



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