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Pretor camp -Prespa Lake - Macedonia
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Lake Prespa is the second largest lake in the Republic of Macedonia. It covers an area of 294 km sq., with a maximum depth of 54 meters. Lake Prespa is encircled by mountains and it offers wonderful views. The water temperature in summer ranges from 18 to 24? C. Lake Prespa attracts lot of tourists from all around the world. Some of the more popular summer resorts are: 


Pretor A tourist centre which has developed rather quickly during the last few years. Camping places as well as vacation houses exist there. 

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