Liesjärvi National Park - Kyynäränharju
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Liesjärvi National Park - Kyynäränharju

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Kyynäränharju is a sandy shored ridge in Liesjärvi national park. It separates Lakes Liesjärvi and Kyynäräjärvi. There's a small bridge over the crossing.

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