Lake Sumino on the Charzykowska Plain, Poland
Charzykowska Plain is a physico-geographical mesoregion in northern Poland in the province of Pomerania. The name comes from the Charzykowy village (read more: Lake Charzykowskie at dusk). According to the geological structure, Charzykowska Plain is a postglacial sandur i.e. a thick layer of sand and gravel deposited around 12-14 thousand years ago when the last glacier was melting. The relief of the region was formed during the last ice age. In addition to the moraine hills, there are also sandurs, ribbons, sand dunes and river valleys (read more: Forests in Tuchola Forest Biosphere Reserve). Among the forests, tourists will find numerous lakes, including 40 lakes exceeding an area of 1 km², e.g. Charzykowskie Lake.
On the northeastern end of the Charzykowska Plain is located Lake Sumino. It is a beautiful glacial lake with a clean water and very varied shoreline. The lake's total area is 1.52 km² and the maximum depth is 15.9 m.
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