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Mielec - flood
Poland

In May and June 2010 Mielec region hit the biggest flood in decades. Wisłoka River overflowed mostly between levees.The river level reached over 850 cm.

Copyright: Robert pipala
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Hochgeladen: 03/11/2010
Aktualisiert: 04/09/2014
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Tags: poland; outdoors; people; mielec; flood; wisloka; river; water; footbridge; subcarpathian; natural disaster
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