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Kuliai's dam
Lithuania

This is a third dam in the area on the river Alantas. It was created in the time of Soviet Union and used as a source of water for agriculture. Now it is used for leisure - swimming, tourism.

Copyright: Aurimas liutikas
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Uploaded: 14/07/2009
Updated: 19/09/2014
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Tags: kuliai; lithuania; dam; town; alantas
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