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Malá Bukovina

Malá Bukovina is a place, that before the Treaty of Saint-Germain belonged to Austro-Hungary and was situated in the administrative region Königinhof a. d. Elbe.
Malá Bukovina was formerly part of the German Empire. In the German Empire, the place was called Klein Bok. The place is now called Malá Bukovina and belongs to Czech Republic.