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Colourful lakelets.Purple Lakelet
Poland

Kolorowe jeziorka znajdują się niedaleko wsi Wieścieszowice u podnóża góry Wielka Kopa i powstały  w miejscu wyrobisk dawnych niemieckich kopalni.Znajdują się tutaj złoża pirytu które wydobywano w tych kopalniach i przerabiano następnie na kwas siarkowy.Są to cztery stawy o różnych kolorach- błękitnym, purpurowym, zielonym i czarnym, stawy leżą na różnych wysokościach -Zielone Jeziorko potem purpurowe , błękitne a najwyżej Czarne Jeziorko.

Colourful lakelets

Copyright: Mouzes- maciej j. lorek
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Caricate: 04/12/2011
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