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English: Water flow in Forch- Küsnacht, Canton of Zürich, Switzerland. In karst water dissoluted minerals, mostly carbonate minerals, are chemically precipitated to solid Calcium carbonates. The step, man made to regulate the current, is superimposed by the deposits.
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