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Karakul (Black Lake in Kirghiz) Lake, Alt. 3 914 m, 39° 1’18″N 73°29’19″E – 04/08/2011

Karakul Lake was created by a meteorit 10 millions years ago. Its diameter is 52 km. It is divided in two parts by a peninsula. There is no life in its salty waters. It is considered the second highest lake after Titica one.
© Bernard Grua 2011

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