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Around Davoser Lake near the Bridge
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The lake of Davos is placed at an altitude of 1560 m in Davos in the Canton of Graubunden, Switzerland. Used as reservoir, this is a natural lake with an area of 0,59 km², length 1,5 km, width 500 m and of maximum depth of 54 m. This lake is supplied by the waters of Flüelabach, Totalpbach and other mountain streams.
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