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Gutulia National Park

Gutulia National Park Photo: Gutulia
Gutulia National Park Photo: Gutulia

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Gutulia was made a national park in 1968. The area, measuring 19 km², is located between the Gutuli Lake and the Swedish border. Due to its primeval forest comprising enormous trees, the area was proposed protected as early as 1916. Here, you’ll find spruce trees that are over 300 years old and pine trees that are almost 500 years old.

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Gutulia National Park - Photo: Gutulia

Gutulia National Park

Gutulia was made a national park in 1968. The area, measuring 19 km², is located between the Gutuli Lake and the Swedish border. Due to its primeval...

Gutulia National Park

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