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Encyclopedia > Drawa

Drawa is a river in north-western Poland, a tributary of the Notec river (near Krzyz Wielkopolski), with a length of 186 kilometres (20th longest) and the basin area of 3,296 sq. km.


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See also: Rivers of Poland


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Drawa / Drawsko National Park (149 words)
The Drawa National Park comprises of the Drawa and Plociczna river valleys, a large section of the Drawsko primeval forest and thirteen lakes of the Walecko - Mysliborskie Lakeland.
Drawa is a fine place for anyone interested in canoeing or kayaking and hiking, and established trails cross the park.
The Drawa National Park was established in 1990 and consists of more than 11,000 hectares, and a special protective zone of more than 35,000 ha surrounding the Park.
GREEN POWER of nature - Polskie Parki Narodowe (839 words)
The second, eastern arm of the Park is delineated by the Plociczna river, similar in the character to the Drawa.
Drawa is rich in Hildebrandia rivualis, algae species growing on stones, which is an indicator of high water purity.
Salmon is breeding in the Drawa and Plociczna, river trout and grayling are permanent inhabitants.
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