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In the forest on the coast
Denmark

Gjorslev Bogeskov to las na wybrzeżu, niedaleko wsi Presteskov. Bardzo popularne miejsce na spacery, bieganie, jazdę na rowerze i dla wszystkich ludzi którzy pragną odpocząć od miasta. W lesie jest jezioro w którym jest dużo płoci , leszcza, karpia, prowadzone są odłowy. Jezioro przyciąga wiele gatunków ptaków. Niewysokie klifowe wybrzeże około 5 m , czasem się osuwa, szczególnie po większych opadach deszczu.

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