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Staiši Oak (Staišu ozols)

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An enormous and fairly healthy oak tree is Staiši Oak. The circumference of this tree is 8.47 m and it is increasing over the time.

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GPS coordinates
57.6752 N 25.5166 E
Location, address
Europe, Latvia, Vidzeme, Valmiera municipality, Ēvele parish, some 460 m south from Paukas farmstead
Name in Latvian
Staišu ozols
English oak (Quercus robur L.)
8.47 m (at the height of 1.3 m, July 2018)
23 m

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WorldYellow In detail

Staiši Oak is a large oak tree in a comparatively good state and we can hope that in the future it will be one of the largest trees in the region. the circumference of the trunk at the height of 1.3 m in July 2018 was 8.47 m.

Former measurements from the 1980ies and 1990ies were below 8 m: even 7.3 m, thus the tree increases in size.

  1. Diži koki. Staišu ozols, Accessed on December 24, 2022.

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