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Bārtas upe

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Hidden : 05/25/2013
Difficulty:
2 out of 5
Terrain:
3.5 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

LV Es visiem iesaku doties ar laivu,jo tā būtu ērtāk atrast konteineri,jo pats neemu pārliecināts cik laba piekļuve ir ar velosipēdu vai auto.Ir iespēja izīrēt laivas iejiet www.sofijaslaivas.lv viss info tur ir!
ENG I would recommend everyone to go better with a boat on the container,as it would be much better.It is possible to rent a boat at www.sofijaslaivas.lv and there is all information about Barta.

LV:  Šī upe Latvijā ietek no Lietuvas, kur tā pazīstama ar nosaukumu Bartuva, bet savu tecējumu beidz Liepājas ezerā. Upe ir jauka, mežu ieloku ieskauta ar smērā mierīgu straumi. Pagājušā gadsimta sākumā plostnieki pa Bārtu pludināja baļķus. Galapunktā Liepājas Tirdzniecības kanālā tos gaidīja jau kuģi. Kā seni liecinieki līdz mūsu dienām Bārtas upē ir palikuši vecie plostnieku dambji. Kā viens no pazīstamākajiem Bārtas simboliem ir simpātiskais Vīles mazbānīša tilts. Upes skaistākais posms, mūsuprāt, ir sākot no Latvijas robežas līdz pat Nīcas ciemam.
ENG:  This river flows from Latvian Lithuanian where it is known as the Bartuva, but its flow ceases Liepaja Lake. The river is a nice middle of the forest surrounded by Smersh peaceful stream. Beginning of last century Plostnieki to Barta floated logs. Destination Liepaja Trade Canal was waiting for them in the ship. How old witness to the present day Barta river rafters are left with the old dams. As one of the best known symbols Barta sympathetic Vīles  Mazbānīša bridge. The most beautiful river stage, in our view, from the Latvian border up to the Nice village.

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