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Lake of Bays, Muskoka
Canada

The Lake of Bays is situated in the Muskoka district of Ontario. The area offers outstanding natural beauty, with forests, rocky landscape and natural wetlands. As its name implies, the lake is made up of countless bays. For many years the area has been an important recreation destination.

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