Masurian Lake District (Pojezierze Mazurskie) known as the land of a thousand lakes ... in fact, there are almost three times more of these lakes... To photograph them all is just a challenge... So I'm starting!
Masurian lakes and landscapes from a bird's eye view are amazing - see for yourself! I also recommend spherical pictures taken by a drone - from the height you can not only see better but everything else looks completely different. See also: Autumn in Masuria and Winter in Masuria.
Pasym is the oldest city in Masuria. This is a beautiful, charming town located on a peninsula on Lake Kalwa. There is a very characteristic tower of the Evangelical-Augsburg church (from the fifteenth century), in the panorama of the city.
Łabędzi Ostrów by Lake Kisajno is one of the many holiday resorts in Masuria. There you can rent a cottage or charter a yacht.
View of Lake Mamry and the island of Sosnówka and in the distance Lake Kirsajty, Święcajty, Dargin. On the spherical photo you can also see the marinas: amerki and Lesny Zakatek, and the beginning of the Masurian Canal. There you can see the roofs of German bunkers from the Second World War in the forest.
Leleskie Lake (Leleszki) 49.5 m deep, very clean lake near Pasym in Masuria. Due to the crystal clear water the lake is liked by divers and tourists.
Szczytno, a historic city in Masuria in Poland. Here you can see Domowe Duże Lake, the old town with with the ruins of the Teutonic castle and the Domowe Małe Lake. See also the spherical panorama of Szczytno, lakes and the surrounding area.
Green islands on Lake Kisajno north of Giżycko in Poland. All islands in Kisajno Lake are protected. There are nature reserves.
Neo-Gothic (Gothic Revival architecture) British-style Palace picturesquely located between the Lampackie and Gielądzkie Lakes in Sorkwity in Poland.
The Masurian Lake District from a bird's eye view looks amazing! There is Gielądzkie Lake and Sorkwity village near Mragowo in the photo.
Sunrise on Lake Kirsajty and Sztynorcki Bridge between the lakes Dargin and Kirsjaty.
Nidzkie Lake is 23 kilometers long, and the maximum depth is almost 24 meters. Part of the lake is under reserve protection and there is a silence zone in this area. It is one of the wildest lakes in Masuria. There is the Piska Forest on the shores of the lake. You can reach Lake Nidzkie from Mikołajki via Lake Bełdany and the Guzianka lock.
Lake Kisajno, which you can see in the photo, is in my opinion one of the most beautiful lakes in Masuria.
The Sztynorckie Lake (a small lake in the Masurian Lake District) is connected with the Dargin Lake with the 170-meter Sztynorcki Canal.
The largest island in Kisajno - Big Ostrów and the Giżycko city in the distance. There you can see more islands in the spherical photo: Duży Ostrów, Sosnowy Ostrów, Górny Ostrów, Mały Ostrów, Wielka Kiermuza, Dębowa Górka.
Piękna Góra (Beautiful Mountain) is a small tourist village located by the lakes Kisajno and Tajty near Giżycko in Masuria. There are many marinas and recreation centers in Piękna Góra.
Dobskie Lake is a fauna and landscape reserve and there is a silence zone there. The reserve aims to protect the lake and the islands located on it, which are breeding places for water birds. The maximum depth of the lake is 22.5 meters.
Evening view of the Kisajno Lake. I love these Masurian landscapes.
A summer panorama of Węgorzewo. There is a marina: Port Keja in the foreground. You can sail from Węgorzewo through the Węgorzewski Canal to Lake Mamry.
The historic Lehndorff palace and park complex in Sztynort. There you can see the Mamry and Kirsajty lakes in the distance.
The yacht harbor Sztynort is the largest marina in Masuria - there can be up to 600 yachts. There are shops, restaurants, bars, fish bar, tavern, camping, guest house, parking. There is also a gas station in Sztynort where you can refuel the yacht.
Silec village on the Silec lake in a quiet and peaceful part of Masuria in Poland. The perfect place to relax and a paradise for anglers!
View on Ryn, castle, city, marina and surroundings from a bird's eye view. From above you can see the ideal location of the castle on the hill between two lakes Ryńskie and Ołów. This strategic location has been inhabited by people for over 4500 years BC.
Ryńskie Lake in Masuria is a post-glacial gutter lake (7 km long) connected with Lake Tałty. There you can see marinas in Ryn in the picture.
Lake Tałty is a post-glacial lake with a length of 12 km. It is the deepest gutter lake in the Masurian Lake District. Its maximum depth is 44 m. There you can see Lake Ryńskie, Tałty and Notyst on spherical photo.
Sasek Wielki is a large lake (about 12.5 km long and 2.5 km wide) located in Masuria near Szczytno in Poland. There you can also see the Trelkówko village and the Sasek Mały lake on spherical photo.
Two large, connected lakes near Olsztynek in Masuria in Poland - Pluszne Małe and Wielkie. There are vast forests on the spherical photo that surround the lakes.
The shore of the Masurian lake, a photo from the drone. Such a view from above on nature is a very interesting perspective.
Lake Dłużek is popular with holiday makers. The lake surrounded by forest is 6 km long, 600 m wide and 38.0 m deep. There is a lot of summer houses, campsites, piers and bathing places on the southern shore of the lake from the side of the Dłużek village.
Mikołajki in Masuria in Poland just before sunset in October. Very warm autumn.
Marina in Mikołajki and Śniardwy Lake - the largest lake in Poland on the right in the distance.
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