In the world there are infinity, large and small, natural or artificial, but certainly beautiful, characterized by their placid and (almost always) sweet waters.
Today we want to show you the 10 largest lakes in the world, hoping to help you organize a journey to discover these corners of tranquility and peace …
1. Marple Caspio
With an area of 371,000 square kilometers, it touches Azerbaijan, Iran, Kazakhstan, Russia and Turkmenistan and is the largest salt lake in the world.
2. High Lake
Mark a part of the border between Canada and the United States, in the Great Lakes area. It is the first freshwater lake in the world with an area of 82,414 square kilometers. There is no doubt that you are in the list of great lakes in North America. There is no doubt whether to include it between Canada’s lakes or those in the United States.
3. Victoria Lake
It is the largest lake in Africa, with an area of 69,485 square kilometers and touches the territories of Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda.
4. Huron Lake
It is the second of the five Great Lakes of North America for size, just after the Upper Lake. This is also between Canada and the United States. Its surface area is 59,596 square kilometers.
5. Michigan Lake
This lake is also part of the Great Lakes region of North America, and of course in our ranking of the world’s largest lakes, although it is the only one to return exclusively to the United States. It covers an area of 57,750 square kilometers and on its banks are the cities of Chicago and Milwaukee.
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6. Baikal Lake
With 31,500 square kilometers of surface belongs to Asian Russia. It differs to be the deepest lake in the world.
7. Lake Tanganika
After that of Baikal, it is the second deepest lake in the world. It has an area of 32,893 square kilometers and extends across African countries such as Burundi, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Tanzania and Zambia.
8. Great Lake
OF THE ORS It covers an area of 31,080 kilometers and is therefore the largest of the lakes that are located in the northwestern Canadian territories.
9. Nyasa Lake
It covers an area of 30,044 square kilometers and extends between Malaui, Tanzania and Mozambique. is known as Lake Nyasa, Nyassa or Niassa.
10. Great Lake Of Schiavo
It is one of the lakes in Canada and is the deepest lake in North America. It has an area of 28,930 square kilometers and closes the ranking of the largest lakes in the world.
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