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Näsbyholmssjön
Sweden

Den ursprungliga Näsbyholmssjön torrlades på 1860-talet. Den nya sjön är ca 45 hektar vilket mosvarar 90 fotbollsplaner. Vattenvolymen är 600 000 kubikmeter Rikt fågelliv med många arter

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