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Orinoro Gorge 5
Finland

Orinoro is a narrow gorge in the village of Mustinmäki, 16 km from Leppävirta. It is about 200 m long and the maximum depth of it is almost 20 m. There is also a 7 km long nature trail that passes two ponds.

The gorge was carved by glaciers during the last Ice Age. It is listed on the list of important geological sites published by the Finnish Geology Research Center.

More information: http://visitleppavirta.fi/en/service/orinoro-gorge

Copyright: Mika Salmi
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 12924x6462
Taken: 29/07/2017
Uploaded: 05/08/2017
Updated: 30/07/2018
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Tags: gorge; forest; nature trail; northern savonia
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