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This Looks Like A Normal Park. But You’ll Never Believe What Happens When The Seasons Change. WOW.

This Looks Like A Normal Park. But You’ll Never Believe What Happens When The Seasons Change. WOW.

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

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

Underwater Hiking In This Austrian Lake Looks Like The Coolest Scuba Diving Adventure Ever #feelaustria

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Underwater Hiking In This Austrian Lake Looks Like The Coolest Scuba Diving Adventure Ever #feelaustria

An Emerald Green Lake in Tragoess, Austria

An Emerald Green Lake in Tragoess, Austria

Submerged tree in the Green Lake. The Green Lake or Grüner See is a lake in Austria that dries out almost completely during fall, is used as a county park in the winter and is famous for the underwater park which forms during the spring due to snow melt

This underwater park created every year in Tragoess, Austria, when snow melts from surrounding mountains. #travel #vevelicious

This underwater park created every year in Tragoess, Austria, when snow melts from surrounding mountains. #travel #vevelicious

Grüner 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. Being that the water for the lake is provided mainly by runoff from the surrounding karst mountains, it is at its fullest (about 10 meters deeper than usual) in the spring after the sun has melted the snow off nearby glacial summits, which is typically sometime in June.

Grüner 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. Being that the water for the lake is provided mainly by runoff from the surrounding karst mountains, it is at its fullest (about 10 meters deeper than usual) in the spring after the sun has melted the snow off nearby glacial summits, which is typically sometime in June.

Green Lake — Tragoess, Austria | 15 Majestic Underwater Sites You Need To Visit Before You Die

15 Majestic Underwater Sites You Need To Visit Before You Die

Green Lake — Tragoess, Austria | 15 Majestic Underwater Sites You Need To Visit Before You Die

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