Linnansaari National Park

Local nameLinnansaaren kansallispuisto
LocationRantasalmi, Finland

Linnansaari National Park is a national park in the Southern Savonia and Northern Savonia regions of Finland. It lies in the middle of the lake Haukivesi, a part of greater Saimaa. The National Park was established to conserve the valuable natural features of the Finnish lakeland.

On the main island there's an old croft. Slash-and-burn agriculture is still practised on its fields to conserve the old cultural landscape and the associated plant and animal species. A large part of the island is natural-state coniferous forest, with some herb-rich parts.

The critically endangered Saimaa Ringed Seal inhabits the park.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linnansaari_National_Park

More information on outdoors.fi http://www.outdoors.fi/destinations/nationalparks/linnansaari/Pages/Default.aspx

Address 58900, Finland

Coordinates 62°6'38.002" N 28°30'33.998" E

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