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Fyledalen
Sweden

Fyledalen är en biologiskt och geologiskt intressant dalgång i södra Skåne. Fyledalen är 20 kilometer lång, några hundra meter bred och upp till 50 meter djup. Den ligger på gränsen mellan Sjöbo, Ystads och Tomelilla kommuner. I dalens botten rinner Fyleån. Förr kunde man åka tåg längs Simrishamnsbanan i dalen, men numera används spåren enbart till dressincykling Mer info: http://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fyledalen

Copyright: Jan andersson
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Uploaded: 06/05/2012
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Tags: natur; friluftsliv; fåglar; djur
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