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Created by Isabell Zipfel

11 Mar 2014

Brandenburg, Germany. Once the coal mines are no longer of use they are filled with water and turned into lakes. However, these lakes are contaminated with acidic pollution resulting from the coal mining. This sign reads: 'No entry. Danger to life. The lake is acidic, contaminated with metals, and there is a danger of falling in'.