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Biogradsko jezero
Montenegro

Lake Biograd is located at Biogradska gora national park, on an altitude of 1,094 m.  It has an area of 228,500 m², and average depth of 4,5 m.

The maximum depth is 12,1 m. The lake is 870 m long and 261 m wide.

link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lake_Biograd

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