Renda spring waterfall
A small waterfall on the bank of the Īvande River. It is formed by a spring.
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This small waterfall is located near the much better known Ivande Waterfall and can be reached by some 5-minute long walk along the right bank of the river.
This fall is formed by a spring and falls over layers of the Middle Devonian dolostone. Light-colored and red sandstone layers are seen under the dolostone.
The spring is fed by shallow groundwater and in summer there is no water in it.
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