Studenz, in Slavic mythology, is the lake in the gloomy recesses of the mighty beech wood on the island of Rügen, whose waters were used to wash the wheels of the wagon in which the goddess Nerthus had passed through the island. The slaves who performed that labor were immediately drowned. The lake swarmed with fishes, but none were allowed to be taken from it because they belonged to the goddess. Even to approach the lake was a capital offense.

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