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Lorraine Regional Nature Park
Lorraine Regional Nature Park extends on nearly 542,150 acres (219,400 ha), covering around 11% of the region across the three departments of Meuse, Meurthe-et-Moselle, and Moselle. Rich and diverse, it contains, among other things, the fertile Woëvre plain and the Côtes de Meuse. The Park's landscapes alternate between forests, cereal valleys, and fruit orchards, including the mirabelle plum known as "Lorraine's gold". The Woëvre plain is also a land of water and ponds that comprises Madine Lake and the Lachaussée pond's abundant wildlife.
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