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Underwater park in Austria. ok I'd probably really like this. Haha no sharks and hardly any fish.

Underwater park in Austria. ok I'd probably really like this. Haha no sharks and hardly any fish.

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Gruner See (Green Lake) is a lake in Styria, Austria known for its shimmering, emerald-green hue and its fluctuating depth throughout the year, at times leaving a park completely submerged in it. The site has proven to be an attraction for divers, inviting them to plunge in and explore the spectacular underwater park, fully adorned with a bridge and a bench. There are even submerged trees in the crystal-clear waters that gives it a magical look. Photographer and diving enthusiast Marc…

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The Green Lake in Styria, Austria with it's emerald green and crystal clear water. This lake was recently voted to the most beautiful place inside Austria. Grüner See, Tragöß, Austria

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Green Lake, Upper Slovenia. Wilderness Campsites and Backpacking.

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Top 7 Under-the-Radar greatest european destinations

HALLSTATT, AUSTRIA Sometimes Hallstatt called "the pearl of Austria," this picturesque village is essentially car-free and surrounded by salt mines, which make for fascinating tours.

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from Mail Online

The park that disappears under water every year when snow melts from surrounding mountains

Odd find: This tree stands out somewhat against the watery landscape. Gallons of melted snow water pour from the nearby Karst mountains to expand the lake

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Australia's Green Lake in the Hochschwab Mountains is a hiking trail in the Winter. The snow melts in early Summer and creates a completely clear lake. The Lake has a grassy bottom, complete with underwater trails, park benches and bridges. So cool!

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Wow! This is a submerged tree in the Green Lake or Grüner See, Austria. The lake dries out almost completely during autumn and the area is used as a county park in the winter. In spring it's famous for diving and underwater trails, due to the snow meltdown. The green park can be easily seen in the crystal clear water - a bridge and benches appear like they are part of another world, lost in time.

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from Mail Online

The park that disappears under water every year when snow melts from surrounding mountains

Underwater: This picture shows scuba diver Marc Henauer exploring the beautiful Green Lake in Tragoess, Austria, which floods every year

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