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Busy Morning In Sampaloc
Philippines

A busy morning at the lake...

Lake Sampaloc is an inactive volcanic maar on the island of Luzon, the Philippines.


It is the largest of the Seven Lakes of San Pablo, Laguna. Nearly half of the lake's depth has a shallow depression at the lake's bottom, indicating its volcanic origin. The lake is located behind San Pablo city hall and is dotted with fishpens and small cottages built on stilts.

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Uploaded: 19/03/2012
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Tags: san pablo; 7 lakes; lakes; laguna; philippines; lawa
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