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Die Sattnitz Konglomerat der Natur im Süden Kärntens

By: Bettina Golob(Editor), Helmut Zwander(Editor)
356 pages, 255 illustrations, maps
Die Sattnitz
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  • Die Sattnitz ISBN: 9783853280412 Edition: 2 Paperback Jan 2007 Usually dispatched within 2-3 weeks
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Language: German

The mountain region Sattnitzzug in Carinthia is not only a popular destination for locals, but also impresses with its variety of habitats steep cliffs, colorful forests, flowery meadows, vast wetlands and small lakes. In Die Sattnitz 43 authors share their knowledge of this area alongside regional maps of vegetation, geology and climate.

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In Kärntens Zentralraum zwischen Klagenfurt und Völkermarkt zieht sich ein markanter Bergrücken die Drau entlang. Es handelt sich um die Sattnitz, die sich über 40 km von West nach Ost erstreckt. Der Sattnitzzug ist nicht nur ein beliebtes Ausflugsziel der Einheimischen, sondern beeindruckt auch durch seine Vielfalt an Lebensräumen – steil abfallende Felswände, bunte Wälder, blütenreiche Wiesen und ausgedehnte Feuchtgebiete mit kleinen Seen gehören dazu. 43 Autorinnen und Autoren haben ihr Wissen um dieses Gebiet in dem vorliegenden Naturführer zusammen gefasst und reich bebildert dargestellt. Karten zur Vegetation, Geologie und dem Klima des Gebietes ergänzen die Beschreibungen.

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By: Bettina Golob(Editor), Helmut Zwander(Editor)
356 pages, 255 illustrations, maps
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