"The 118-hectare Schmachter See is a so-called beach lake and lies just southwest of Binz and belongs to the 262-acre" Schmachter See and Fangerien Nature Reserve. "To the south, the Schmachter See borders the town of Serams and the Bundesstraße 196. The Schmachter See was built 5000 years ago, when the "Schmale Heide" spit was washed in. The lake is 2.40 cm deep at its deepest point and 1.30 cm deep on average .. From 2001 to 2007 Schmachter See was renatured. " Source: ruegenmagic.de/Sehenswertes/schmachter-see-binz.htm
February 9, 2017
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