Reuss River Delta Meets Urnersee
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Reuss River Delta Meets Urnersee

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This is the only place I've ever heard about or seen where there's a delta where a river flows into a lake. But here it is. The "delta" nature of the place is quite obvious in aerial shots in Google Earth. I do wonder how cold the water is here at the mouth of the river.

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A: Reuss RIver Delta

di Johan Offermans & Karl Overholt, 930 metri di distanza

Reuss River Delta in the Urnersee lobe of Vierwaldstättersee. A nice place to enjoy the view, and wat...

Reuss RIver Delta

B: Fluelen boat landing

di Johan Offermans & Karl Overholt, 1.5 km di distanza

Fluelen is at the South-East end of Lake Luzern, Vierwaldstadtersee, a beautiful lake in Central Swit...

Fluelen boat landing

C: Isleten

di Roland Herger, 2.8 km di distanza

Isleten

D: Altdorf

di Roland Herger, 3.0 km di distanza

Altdorf

E: Rophaien Panorama

di Roland Herger, 4.9 km di distanza

Rophaien Panorama

F: 2010 Cliff Diving competition in Sisikon, Switzerland

di Johan Offermans & Karl Overholt, 5.9 km di distanza

This picture shows the 2010 cliffdiving competition which took place on August 28th in Sisikon, Switz...

2010 Cliff Diving competition in Sisikon, Switzerland

G: niederbauen

di Markus Mammoliti, 6.9 km di distanza

Niederbauen Chulm, Seelisberg, Vierwaldstätter See, Urner See,

niederbauen

H: Haldi Chapel

di Roland Herger, 7.1 km di distanza

Haldi Chapel

I: Haldi Schilt

di Roland Herger, 7.2 km di distanza

Haldi Schilt

J: Igloo

di Silvan Leinss, 8.4 km di distanza

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Igloo

Questo panorama è stato scattato in Switzerland, Europe

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