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Siilinjoki river flooding into lowlands
Finland

Keväisin tämä alue on veden alla, koska alue - vanhaa pellonpohjaa - on vedenrajasta vain muutamia kymmeniä senttejä ylempänä. Läheiselle metsäalueelle ollaan nyt kaavoittamassa (PDF) tiloja kaupalle.

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Uppladdad: 20/05/2012
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