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Munso used to be an island but the waters have dropped and now the island is a town on the edge of a lake, and connected to the mainland.  One of the island's, now town's main features is its 12th Century round church, but the green setting surrounding the largely traditional looking town make it a popular spot for visitors.  

Written by  Eric Hallum.

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