Valguma lake (Valguma Ezers), Latvia
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Valguma lake (Valguma Ezers), Latvia

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Valguma ezers ir subglaciālas izcelsmes šaurs un garš ezers Engures novada Smārdes pagastā. Izvietojies 4 km uz ziemeļrietumiem no Smārdes Ķemeru nacionālā parka ainavu aizsardzības zonā. Ezers orientēts dienvidrietumu—ziemeļaustrumu virzienā, tam cauri tek Slocene. Sastāv no divām daļām, mazākā ziemeļu daļa (Mazezers) atdalīta ar 80 m platu palienu.

Krasti stāvi, vietām slīpi; dibens dūņains. Mīt līdaka, plaudis, rauda, rudulis, līnis, ālants, vīķe, ausleja, asaris, ķīsis, plicis, sapals, zandarts, vēdzele, salate, karpa, zutis, sams, akmeņgrauzis, deviņadatu stagars, karūsa. No makrofītiem dominē niedres, dzeltenās lēpes, sīkaugļu ežgalvītes. Ezera rietumu krastā pie «Sausupu» mājām atradās kuplākais un resnākais bērzs Latvijā un Baltijā — Sausupu dižbērzs (apkārtmērs 4,13 m); gājis bojā 2011. gada vētrā.

Ezers ir populāra atpūtas vieta, krastā vairākas atpūtas bāzes. Gar ezera rietumu krastu iet Tukuma—Klapkalnciema ceļš. Rietumos no ezera paceļas Lustūžkalns, kur atradusies Kurzemes hercoga Jēkaba medību pils.

http://lv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Valguma_ezers

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Валгумэзерс (латыш. Valguma ezers) — озеро в Латвии, в Смардской волости Энгурского края. Площадь озера около 60 га, глубина до 27 м. Озеро расположено к югу от холмистой гряды Лустужкалнс. Оно состоит из двух связанных частей. В окрестностях озера на горе Лустужкалнс располагался охотничий дом герцога Якова.

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Valguma Ezers is a lake in the region of Tukuma Rajons, the country of Latvia with an average elevation of 17 meter above sea level. The location is sparsely populated with 13 people per km2 . The nearest town larger than 50,000 inhabitants takes about 0:37 hour by local transportation.

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