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Lisas ieteka #100gadesdargumi

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Hidden : 7/10/2018
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[LAT] Lisa ir Abula kreisā pieteka, kuras garums ir 26 km. Lejasdaļā tai ir plašs ezerveida plūdums, tekot cauri Dutkas, Pannas un Baznīcas ezeriem 4 km kopgarumā. Krastā atradusies Dutkas muiža. Ezera nosaukums varētu būt no radies no Mīlenbaha-Endzelīna vārdnīcā atrodamā vārda “dute”, kas paskaidrots tā – “rokai plauksta norauta, dute vien palikusi”, jo Dutkas ezers noslēdz ezeru virkni.

Šis slēpnis ir arī daļa no tūrisma akcijas "Simtgades dārgumi", ko organizē Valmieras Tūrisma informācijas centrs sadarbībā ar Kocēnu, Burtnieku un Beverīnas novadiem. Vairāk info:

[ENG] Lisa is the left tributary of Abuls with a length of 26 km. In the lower part it has a large lake flow, passing through the Dutka, Panna and Church lakes in a total length of 4 km. There has been a Dutka Manor on the coast. The name of the lake might have originated from the word „found in the Mielenbah-Endzelin dictionary, which is explained by the hand had been ripped of the arm, only dute remained” because Lake Dutka concludes a series of lakes.

This cache is also part of tourism campaign “Centennial treasures”. More info:

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