Staburadze

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Staburadze, also known as Staburags, was an unusual 18-metre high cliff on the bank of Daugava in Latvia shaped and formed by lime rich springs. According to a legend, it was a mourning girl that had turned into rock.

The cliff stands completely submerged since 1965 due to erection of the Pļaviņas Hydroelectric Power Station dam.

Coordinates: 56°34′43″N 25°28′58″E / 56.5786°N 25.4828°E / 56.5786; 25.4828

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