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    Only in Kazakhstan, the Magic Lake with the Forest inside

    Friday, May 19, 2017, May 19, 2017 EDT Last Updated 2017-05-19T07:48:36Z
    Danau Kaindy yang seolah punya hutan (Thinkstock)
    Kaindy Lake that looks like a forest (Thinkstock)
    World's Magic Lake
    Almaty - If the lake is contents of fish, that's normal. In Kazakhstan there is a lake with forest trees. How come?

    Forests are usually located on land with a variety of trees that grow with the lush. In contrast to Kaindy Lake in Kazakhstan that actually there is forest in the lake. Viewed from Kazakhstan Discovery, Thursday (18/05/2017) the lake is located in the Mountains Tian Shan, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

    Why can there be forest in the lake? History of this, in the year 1911 a terrible earthquake to cause landslides and create valleys. Inside the dam there are still some lush trees.

    Furthermore, the waterfall filled the valley for a long time and made the valley sink. The trees there are stuck up as they look up to this moment: the forest in the lake!

     Danau Kaindy di Kazakhstan (Thinkstock)
    Kaindy Lake in Kazakhstan (Thinkstock)

    Ajaib bukan? (Thinkstock)
    Miraculous is not it? (Thinkstock)
    The trees there are cypress trees. Looks very charming and magical, the pine trees of pine trees stand up straight from the water. Plus the clear water surface, reflecting the shadow of the tree and the blue sky.

    Kaindy Lake has an area of ​​400 m2 with a depth of 30 meters. Many things can be done while visiting Lake Kaindy. From sitting looking at the beauty of the forest in it from the edge of the lake or diving. In addition, when the lake recedes, you can see directly the ends of pine trees sticking out to the surface of the lake.

    To reach Kaindy Lake, you have to drive from Almaty. It takes about 5-6 hours to reach this lake. This lake has not been visited by many people.

    Pine trees as if emerging from the bottom of the lake (Thinkstock)



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