Historic weir...marked as a "natural feature"
I would like to ask about this rejected nomination.
It is a historic weir that can be found on a map from 1829 (I do not have acess to older maps that are detailed enough) that was bulid as a source of water for a mill (millrace does not exist anymore and mill is abandoned ruin) so this is the last remanence of this that still exist today and is in use (it has been renovatd a few years ago). From a cronic this was one of the most important constructions (without it thre would be no water for the mill=no food) as it was named among the list of construction.
...but it seems that wayfarer rewierers think that this clearly man made historically important and recently reconstructed structure is a "natural feature"
here is a look from google maps(the green space with trees abowe weir is owned by the willage that also planted a plumb trees as a part of the project "orchards for Liptál"):