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Sitas tilts #1

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Hidden : 03/27/2014
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[LV] Tilts uz nekurieni.

Pamatīgs dzelzsbetona tilts pār Sitas upi. Civilajās kartēs to neatradīsiet. Izskatās pēc  60-tajos gados celta padomju militārā tilta. Šī ir diezgan nomaļa vieta, tāpēc nebīnieties, ja sastapsiet kādu alni vai mežacūku. Uzstādot slēpni dzirdēju netālu kliedzam dzērves. No tuvākās ar automašīnu sasniedzamās vietas jāiet kājām par meža vedēju ceļu 1.2 km. Nedaudz būs jāpastaigā pa brikšņiem. Mitrā laikā vajadzēs gumijas zābakus. Uz tilta laba vieta piknikam, ja būsiet paņēmuši līdzi sviestmaizes un tēju. Pasveiciniet bebru un uzmanieties no ērcēm!

[EN] Bridge to nowhere.

Solid concrete bridge over river Sita. You will not find it in maps. Perhaps, this is Soviet military bridge built at 20th century 60th. This is remote place, so be prepared to meet a moose or boar. You will need to walk 1.2 km from the nearest place reachable by car. A little walk through the bushes will be necessary. During the wet weather you will need rubber boots. There is a good place for picnic on the bridge, just bring sandwiches and tea with you. Say hello to the beaver and beware of ticks!

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[LV] zntargvfxf
[EN] zntargvp

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