Lago di Bolsena – the fifth largest lake of volcanic origin in Europe

Lago di Bolsena, Lazio, Italy

Lago di Bolsena is a crater lake situated between vineyards and olive groves in the province of Viterbo. With its 114 km2 it is the fifth largest lake of volcanic origin in Europe. Two extinct volcanoes are towering above the water and form two small islands – Bisentina and Martana. Lago di Bolsena is surrounded by a panoramic road that

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Lago di Lugano – a beautiful lake in the Lombardy Alps

Lago di Lugano, Ticino, Lombardy, Italy

Three-quarters of Lago di Lugano are spread in Switzerland in the Italian-speaking canton of Ticino, which is the southernmost canton of this country. The rest of lake belongs to the neighboring Italy, to the Lombardy region. The total area of the lake is 48.7 km2 and its maximum depth is 288 meters. Its steep banks resemble another lake located in

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