Lovely October morning in Ogonki in the Kashubia, Poland
Ogonki (Kashubian: Ògónczi) is a small Kashubian village in northern Poland, 56 km west of the Gdańsk - capital of the Pomeranian Voivodeship. The village lies approximately 30 km south-west of Kartuzy.
The village is located by the beautiful Lake Sumino (see: Lake Sumino on the Charzykowska Plain, Poland) and is surrounded by green pine forests. You can arrive in Ogonki only through the sandy unpaved road. There live only 20 permanent residents, but in the vicinity of the lake is a few dozen holiday cottages, so here it is quiet and peaceful. This is the perfect place to unwind in the open.
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