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Gizycko Swing Bridge, Gizycko
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  • Many times over the years, the childhood I looked like after the opening of the bridge over the channel przeplywaja sailboats, was on my way to school, and sometimes I had to wait for the closure of the bridge. And remained so until today the bridge is open at certain times to head restraints could swim under it. It is worth to look at even how someone does not have such sentimental memories-in me go zaglowek gives birth to a longing for travel.
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  • A bridge that swings. Not to much to say about this bridge that swings... nice views down the canals that join the lakes together. 
  • Sailing season, Giżycko County channel under the bridge sail boat is, on Kisajno. There is a second channel-Niegociński but this is shallower and muddy, it's hard to miss the łódkom and fit under the bridges. Part time traffic on the bridge is held back, the bridge is lifted by means of transmission by one person! And starts the great race who was the first to sail! And it is not easy given that always waiting a lot of yachts, passenger ships have priority and yet waiting motor boats ready to push the pedal to the metal. The show is pretty good, not once played out dantejskie scene, adventure, dangerous situations because the movement takes place in both directions. At stake is the rapid transit of the channel because the bridge is too often promoted and there is no other way. Along the Canal there are nice walking paths, benches, distributors of food for pigeons. It is to sit down, I would recommend the place in front of the Hotel St Bruno. Around the dining, ice cream. I recommend a restaurant the grey heron, nice view from the Canal and the Lake Niegocin.
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