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Biogradsko Lake

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Biogradsko lake is the biggest lake in Bjelasica mountain, in National park Biogradska Gora. It is glacial lake, on an altitude of 1.094 m, it has an area of 228.500m2, the lake is 870m long and 261m wide and average depth of 4.5 m.

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