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This is a part of Latvia in which various manifestations related to layers of earth made up of water-soluble lime can be found. The most unusual elements here are Lake Vecezers and Lake Linezers. The water of the latter lake has flowed underground several times over the last few decades, with the remaining lake hole as much as nine metres deep. No one can fully explain how this happens. A tourist trail encircles Lake Linezers.
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This territory protects a lime outcrop found on the shores of the lower reaches of the Zaņa River. There is a path for active hikers which begins at the Zaņa mill (1864, rebuilt 1890, shut down 1960). The path weaves its way along the steep shores of the little river, heading toward its mouth.
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This is a natural monument of protected dendrological plants.  The park is in the Upmala Parish, covers 2.7 ha, has been protected since 2001 and is managed by the Vārkava Administrative District Council.  Judging from the oldest oak trees (approximately 200 years old), the park was established in the early 19th century, with other plants from the latter part of the century.  Local species of trees, including maples, elms, fir trees, aspens, oak trees, willow trees, linden trees and hazelnut trees grow in the park, as do more than 10 exotic types of trees and bushes, including various types of maple, aspen, willow, lilac and linden trees.

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Another area where the manifestations water-soluble lime in the earth can be found. As the lime dissolves, there are empty areas underground which eventually collapse. To the East of Skaistkalne is a leisure area where dry and full holes of various sizes can be found.
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Here we find a set of canyon-type gullies among layers of dolomite. There are impressive outcrops and small waterfalls in the little river’s bed.
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Vairāki dažus metrus augsti smilšakmens atsegumi, kas izveidojušies Stiglavas (Stiglovas) strauta gravas nogāzēs. Kaut arī teritorija tiek popularizēta kā tūrisma objekts, tajā nav īpašu šim nolūkam paredzētu labiekārtojumu. Teritorijas apmeklētāji bojā smilšakmens atsegumus, kas ir aizsargājami biotopi!
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Viens no raksturīgiem karsta parādību piemēriem, kur nelielas upītes - strauta ūdeņi pazūd vairākos ūdensrijējos un pēc kāda brīža - iespaidīgās Lauces ielejas krastos iznāk spēcīgu avotu veidā, tālāk ieplūzdami Lauces upē. Šī parādība dinamikā vislabāk ir novērojama pēc lietavām vai pavasaros sniega kušanas laikā un kādu brīdi pēc tam.

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Small sandstone outcrops on the shores of the Ciecere River. Fish fossils have been found here.
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One of the richest sources of sulphurous water in Latvia.
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This is a unique geological object of paleontological importance. Up to four metres high, the cliff has yielded up fossils of ancient invertebrates and fish.