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The National Geographic publishes photo of Kemeri National Park

The widely known nature and science magazine The National Geographic published a photo shoot of Kemeri National Park.

The widely known nature and science magazine The National Geographic published a photo shoot of Kemeri National Park in a category photo of the day. "Left behind when the Baltic receded millennia ago, the bogs, fens, and woodlands of Kemeri National Park are part of the European Union's Natura 2000 network, which protects 27,000 sites," the magazine reports.

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