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Ciskadu Poplar (Ciskādu apse)

WorldBlue  In short

An enormous poplar with the circumference of 10.1 m.

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GPS coordinates
56.4925 N 27.1310 E
Location, address
Europe, Latvia, Latgale, Rezekne municipality, Sakstagals parish, some 300 km west from Ciskādi church
Name in Latvian
Ciskādu apse
Species
European aspen (Populus tremula L.)
Circumference
10.1 m (at the height of 1.3 m, November 2020)

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WorldYellow In detail

Ciskadu Poplar is the second largest tree by circumference in Latvia after Kaive Oak.

The tree has a circumference of 10.1 m at a height of 1.3 m (November 2020). It divides into three large stems at a height of 1.9 m and 2.2 m.

References
  1. Ciskādu apse, Dziedava.lv. Accessed on December 22, 2022.

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