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Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Land O' Lakes: Lithuania


While LITHUANIA is one of the world's smallest countries (just over 65,000 sq. kilometers in area), the Baltic country in Eastern Europe is a land of over 6,000 lakes. As shown in the Bing Map below, most lakes are found in northeastern Lithuania's Aukštaitija ethnographic region and Utena County — near Belarus in the east and Latvia in the north. Other lakes are predominantly found in southern Lithuania, near Belarus and Poland.

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Lake Drūkšiai boasts the largest surface area of any Lithuanian lake, spanning an area of almost 49 square kilometers and 19 sq. miles. While Lake Dusia has a smaller surface area (~23 sq. kilometers), it is the largest lake by total volume — containing over 340 cubic kilometers and 81 cubic miles of water. Other Lithuanian lakes include Avilys, Dūkštas, Dysnai, Galstas, Galvė, Luodis, Shlavantas, and Vištytis.

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