Tankumsee, Gifhorn
Der Tankumsee ist ein künstlich geschaffener See in Isenbüttel im Landkreis Gifhorn (Niedersachsen) nahe Gifhorn. Er entstand um 1970 als Baggersee beim Bau des Elbe-Seitenkanals und wurde 1976 als Badesee eingeweiht. Seither hat sich rund um den See ein Naherholungsgebiet mit Ferienhäusern etabliert, das auch ein Wohngebiet begründete. http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tankumsee
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Updated: 07/07/2014


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