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Blue Springs of the Sinialliku Village

Category Natural attractions
Sinialliku küla, Pärsti vald, Viljandimaa, 71105
Coordinates 58.313610, 25.557222
GPS: 58° 18' 49" N, 25° 33' 26" E

The Sinialliku (Blue Springs) valley, which is a part of the ancient Viljandi valley, lies 3 km to the south-west from Viljandi. On the bottom of the valley there is the Sinialliku lake. The two springs - Suur Siniallikas (The Great Blue Spring) and Väike Siniallikas (The Small Blue Spring) lie near the lake. The springs got their names after the blue clay in the lake bottom.

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