7th September 2017
I visited Goczalkowice Reservoir with my students today.
Goczałkowice Reservoir (Polish: Jezioro Goczałkowickie) is an artificial water reservoir in the Silesian Voivodeship in Poland created with a dam on the Vistula in 1956. The area of the reservoir is 32 square kilometres and its capacity is 168 million m³. It is around 75 kilometres west of Kraków.
The shores of the lake are the breeding area for many bird species.
That is indeed a lot of water. I hope you and your students had a lovely day.ReplyDelete
yes it was a great day full of joyDelete
What a great set of photos.ReplyDelete
That is a lot of water, it's nice to have a reservoir for when it is needed.ReplyDelete
it provides watewr for 6 million peopleDelete
It seems like it was a bit windy when you visited.ReplyDelete
Andrew it was too windyDelete
Looks like a wonderful place for excursion with students. The reservoir looks at its brim and nice boating facility too.ReplyDelete
it is very nice place but in the hot weatherDelete
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