Kancollet, a small river located in the heart of France’s northern mountains, has become a symbol of the French Alps.
The river is a popular tourist attraction for tourists and locals alike, but the river’s ecological and social impact is under threat due to the erosion of the surrounding hills.
The lake was originally part of the Grand National, but over time the lake was drained and replaced with a salt lake in 1892.
The lake was also home to a small herd of sheep.
But it was destroyed in the 1990s.
The French government has been in talks with the French national water authority about restoring the lake, but this is not expected to happen anytime soon.