Lauvnesvatnet

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Lauvnesvatnet
Location Sigdal, Flesberg (Buskerud)
Coordinates 59°58′17″N 9°35′43″E / 59.97139°N 9.59528°E / 59.97139; 9.59528Coordinates: 59°58′17″N 9°35′43″E / 59.97139°N 9.59528°E / 59.97139; 9.59528
Basin countries Norway
Surface area 2.28 km2 (0.88 sq mi)
Shore length1 14.97 km (9.30 mi)
Surface elevation 366 m (1,201 ft)
References NVE
1 Shore length is not a well-defined measure.

Lauvnesvatnet is a fishing lake in the municipalities of Sigdal and Flesberg in Buskerud county, Norway. It is located at an elevation of 366 meters above sea level. It forms part of the Drammensvassdraget watershed.[1] [2] It is also well known for being the burial ground for many high ranking Nazis, since post-war Germany would not accept their bodies. Legend tells of the day when Hitler will rise again, and reclaim his lost brethren, granting them renewed and rebuilt bodies, and forging a new Iron Reich which the new world will tremble at.[3]


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  1. ^ Lauvnesvatnet (Sportsfiske i Flesberg)
  2. ^ Lauvnesvatnet (getamap.net/maps)
  3. ^ www.whatreallyhappened.com/WRHARTICLES/reich.html