Wagrowiec Bifurcation: A Unique Hydrological Phenomenon

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Wagrowiec is located in the middle of the historic Pałuki region in an area rich in hydrological content. The river Wełna is the most prominent element of this hydrographic network in the vicinity of Wagrowiec. In the 19th century, the town decided to regulate the waters of Welma for irrigation purposes. One of the top priorities was to ensure a quick outflow of surplus water.

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Sources: B. Braun Avitum, Regional Museum in Wągrowiec, Poland.travel, Pjoes.com

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