Grüner See A NATURAL Diamond CONCEIVED IN THE MOST BEAUTIFUL HIKING AREA OF THE COUNTRY.

The Grüner See (Green Lake) is a lake in Styria, Austria in a village named Tragöß.
There are beautiful hiking trails in the mountains around. Depending on the seasons, the lake is changing...
During winter, the lake is only 1–2 m (3–7 ft) deep and the surrounding area is used as a county park.
In fall, the size of the lake is reduce to the half of his normal depth.
However, in spring, when the temperature rises and snow melts, the lake below the mountains fills with water.
The lake is reaching its maximum depth of around 12 m (39 ft) from mid-May to June

A bridge and a bench could also be found underwater. Furthermore, trails and trees could also be seen underwater.

Diving in the Grüner See has been halted due to the high influx of visitors and the fear of environmental impacts.

Austria

Coat of arms

Capital: Vienne

Official languages: Austrian German

Area: 83,879 km2

Population: 8,725,931

Density: 101.4/km2

Currency: Euro (€)

Drives on the: Right

LEOBEN

With a population of about 25,000 and a density of 240/km2, it is the 3rd most bigger city of the Austria.

Leoben is a "market-city" since the medievals times and the center of the industrial devellopement of Styria.

Culture:

Traditional food: Veal cutlets, meat of all kinds

To do list:

The archaeological site of Massenburg

The church Kirche Sankt Xaver

Credits:

Created with images by TauchSport_Steininger - "2006 - Grüner See"

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