Mazury national park and lake district  Poland -  Lake Kisajno-Jezioro Kisajno

Mazury national park and lake district Poland - Lake Kisajno-Jezioro Kisajno

Masuria (Polish: Mazury; German:  Masuren (help·info)) is a natural region in northeastern Poland famous for its 2,000 lakes. Geographically, Masuria is part of two adjacent lakeland districts, the Masurian Lake District (Polish: Pojezierze Mazurskie) and the Iława Lake District (Pojezierze Iławskie). Administratively, it belongs to the Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship

The lake region of Masuria in Poland with over lakes as well as large forests and historic towns. It is a paradise for sailing, windsurfing

Mazury. Mikołajki. Poland

Mikołajki (Polska) — hotel na środku jeziora?

Masuria (Polish: Mazury; German:  Masuren (help·info)) is a natural region in northeastern Poland famous for its 2,000 lakes. Geographically, Masuria is part of two adjacent lakeland districts, the Masurian Lake District (Polish: Pojezierze Mazurskie) and the Iława Lake District (Pojezierze Iławskie). Administratively, it belongs to the Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship

Masuria (Polish: Mazury; German: Masuren (help·info)) is a natural region in northeastern Poland famous for its 2,000 lakes. Geographically, Masuria is part of two adjacent lakeland districts, the Masurian Lake District (Polish: Pojezierze Mazurskie) and the Iława Lake District (Pojezierze Iławskie). Administratively, it belongs to the Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship

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