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A pond behind forest by a mire

Maantielakso is the largest seasonal wetland of Kauhaneva-Pohjankangas national park. It is a basin where water level changes during seasons. In early summer there is a pond, in late autumn there is just dry sand. The water comes from the huge Kauhaneva mire and flows along the narrow Laksoneva mire to Maantielakso. There it seeps into the permeable ground, into the Pohjankangas glaciofluvial formation, where it turns into groundwater.

Nearby attractions: The Kauhalammi pond, Kauhalammi trail, The pier of Kauhalammi, Kauhaneva from above, Kauhaneva mire promotional video, Development of Kauhaneva, The observation tower of Kauhaneva, Kuivakaivo's kettle hole bog, The medieval road of Kyrönkangas, The boulders of Lapinharju, The southern end of Nummikangas

Coordinates (WGS84): 62.17788, 22.45139

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Keywords: Geokohde, Virtuaaliopaste, Kuvapari