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Add a bold statement piece to any room with this framed poster. Printed on quality, thick, matte paper.
• Paper weight: 189 g/m² (5.57 oz/y²)
• 0.26 mm (10.3 mil) thick
• Black and white frame made from semi-hardwood alder
• Oak frame made from solid oak
• Acrylite front protector
• Hanging hardware included
• 21 × 30cm posters are size A4
• Blank product components in the US sourced from Japan and the US
• Blank product components in the EU sourced from Japan and Latvia
This product is made especially for you as soon as you place an order, which is why it takes us a bit longer to deliver it to you. Making products on demand instead of in bulk helps reduce overproduction, so thank you for making thoughtful purchasing decisions!
The lake of Rössjön is part of the town of Ängelholm in the Swedish province of Skåne. The lake is 23.6 metres deep, stretches for 3.55 kilometres, and is at an elevation of 65 metres above sea level.
The lake has a very diverse bottom and is noticeably shallower than Västersjön, which is located entirely to the north of it. The deepest part of the lake is 24 metres; however, there are some areas with depths of less than 20 metres, including the middle of the lake outside of Trollebäcken’s cliff and the western part of the lake outside of Brogråd. In particular, the eastern part of Bottnenthe bottom is rather desolate, as several icing have been formed the river is said to have carried with it when it flowed down the ravine at Trollehallar and dispersed in the cracks in the dödisen.
The largest amount of water flows into Rössjön from Västersjön, although other areas like as Lärkholmsån, Rinn, and Trollebäcken also contribute. Through the regulated outflow at Rössjöholms kvarn, where around 0.7 cubic metres of water is lost every second in a straight line, the sea is drained. For nearby use, the Ängelholm Vattenverk drains over 2,000 cubic metres of water every day via specialised drains in places like the area to the east of the bridge across the narrow channel between the two seas. The water is piped down to Brandsvigsfältet and refined into drinking water. There isn’t much you can do with wather nowadays, and the recent meteoric rise in prices isn’t being felt everywhere in Rössjöholmsån. Despite the fact that the underlying rock is typically the rock with traces of amfibolit, the water in Rössjön is unusual because its pH level has never dropped below 6.
The coastlines to the east and north include several intriguing images depicting the end of the Ice Age. Many rullstenssar stretch out from Trollebäcken’s imagination in the shape of a sunfjäder. There are some that are rather tall, reaching heights of up to 20 metres, while others are noticeably shorter. This is confirmed upon sinking of the ship’s bottom and continues even under the water’s surface. The little island of Hanasjö may be found to the east of the lake, surrounded by cliffs and dreadful burial grottoes.
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