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More about Nature around Malanowka

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Lake Radęcino (also called Precel) is a ribbon lake situated in Drawa Virgin Forest on the edge of Drawa National Park. It is 174,4 ha big, with average depth 5,2 metres and 15 metres in its deepest. It is long and has a diversified coastal line. Radęcino is supplied by three periodical tributaries. The River Sucha has its source here, then it flows into The River Drawa.

The clarity of Lake Radęcino’s water is of I degree and its translucency is over 4 metres. It is not without a reason that this region of Poland has been recently called “little Mazury Lake District” as there are approximately 500 lakes here!