Unique lake Tuz
The lake Tuz (tour.Tuz Golu) is the second largest lake in Turkey, located in the centre of Anatolia province, 105 km northeast of Konya and 150 km South-East of Ankara.…

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The Amazing lakes of the world - interesting World news
Lake – water, which filled in a certain range and are not connected to sea or ocean. A large part of the lakes are sources of drinking water. But many…

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The Orenburg-Moscow: tickets on salt lake

The issue of work recreational areas have already been addressed in many regions of Russia. Of course, most of these areas are located in the SFD and NCFD, as there is a large part of the sanatorium-resort institutions.

But in the South Urals also have a unique lake, composition of water which is not inferior in its healing properties the Dead sea in Israel. Tickets from Orenburg to Moscow was purchased by members of the government of the Orenburg region more than once. And this allowed the cluster to include in the Federal target program “Development of domestic and inbound tourism in the Russian Federation “.

In “Salt lake” to invest about 6 billion rubles

Due to the fact that this project was included in the Federal target program, the Orenburg region have the opportunity to fully apply the mechanisms of public-private partnership. At the Eurasian economic forum which was held in Orenburg Governor Yury Berg announced record figures: total investment in Sol-Iletsk salt lake will be more than 6 billion rubles. To date, only in summer on the lakes rests and heals more than 500,000 people annually. Some of them booked return tickets from Orenburg to Moscow. Continue reading

Turgoyak Lake – the pearl of the Urals is included in the list of the most valuable reservoirs of the world

Turgoyak is a unique lake. Due to the exceptional water clarity of the lake Turgoyak was included in the list of the most valuable reservoirs of the world. In our country it was included in the file of remarkable landscapes. It is a repository of the purest drinking water, the quality is not inferior Baikal.

The lake water is different and bright bluish-greenish color, and transparent, can see the bottom at a depth of 15-20 m. the most beautiful — the most transparent lake in the Urals. No wonder people call him the younger brother of Baikal. Turgoyak – deep lake, keeping under the surface area of 26.4 square kilometres more than half a billion tons of the purest, almost transparent sea and it is completely fresh water.

The area of the lake Turgoyak – 26.4 sq. km, length 6.9 km, its maximum width is 6.3 km, the coastline is 27 km from Turgoyak is located in the deep intermountain hollow between the ridges of the Ural-Tau and Ilmen at a height of 320 m above sea level. This is the deepest lake in the southern Urals: depth it achieves 34 m, average depth of 19.2 m.

Just on the lake six Islands. The lake is fed by major rivers: Bobrovka, Kuleshovka, Lipovka and Pugachevka. Follows only one river – Source. At the present time in connection with the lowering Continue reading

Finland description

Real estate in Finland attracts those who are attracted to the unique atmosphere of this close in many ways to us the country, our nearest Northern neighbor with clear lakes, picturesque forests, ski resorts, hot sauna, and cozy opportunities for family recreation and great shopping. In addition, Finland attracts a high standard of living, social security, education and economic development, but also with a very good attitude to Russians. Clean air, healthy food and water complement positive emotions of feeling good.

Finland is in Northern Europe and has Eastern border with Russia, Northern Norway, North-West – with Sweden and sea – Estonia. Finland is the seventh largest country in Europe: its area is 338 145 sq. km From North to South it stretches about 1160 km, from East to West on 540 km it is no coincidence that Finland is called the Country of Thousands of Lakes . This is a fabulous lake district, which has about 187 888 lakes and 179 584 Islands. Before the ice age the mountains here were taller than modern Alps. The glacier cut mountains, leaving behind granite boulders and hundreds of thousands of ponds. Water covers 10% area, 69% is forest. The most famous lake Saimaa. Päijänne, Inarijärvi and oulujärvi. Rivers and lakes of Finland, with their rich fauna, considered a true Paradise for fishermen.

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