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Hévíz (Heviz) — a resort in Hungary. to the South-West from lake Balaton. 6 km from the town of Keszthely. It got its name from the thermal lake, which means…

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Man-made Mirage – lake Aydarkul
Specifically for TTG Russia Who would you not asked about the Aidarkul, in the answer only: "There very well!" An amazing phenomenon, and even if you have lived in tents,…

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Not the most famous of the lake

The lake is in almost all countries of the world – large, small, fresh, salty, inland and giving rise to mighty rivers. However, most countries and regions are associated with one, better with two major bodies of water: Russia – lake Baikal, Switzerland – Geneva lake, Bolivia – with lost in the mountains by lake Titicaca and Poopo..

The lake is in almost all countries of the world – large, small, fresh, salty, inland and giving rise to mighty rivers. However, most countries and regions are associated with one, better with two major bodies of water: Russia – lake Baikal, Switzerland – Geneva lake, Bolivia – with sisteranime in the mountains of the Titicaca and Poopo..

Among the lakes of Turkey the most famous of lake Tuz and van, but tourists go there very rarely, as most of them prefer resorts Sredizemnogo and Aegean seas, as well as Istanbul. Among the reservoirs of the South-West of the country are allocated primarily lake BAFA, which was once a sea Bay and lake Cakejes.

The last name does not ring a bell, although near this lake there were many, as the famous Lycian rock tombs are situated on rocky hills overlooking the Dalyan channel that connects Cachedis the sea.

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The biggest lake in Europe – Balaton – fade

Now the average depth of lake Balaton is only 70 cm

Largest lake of Central Europe – Hungarian Balaton – endangered. The water level has dropped to a record low.

It is impossible to swim there. Two hundred meters from the shore the depth is only 20 inches.

The reason – too dry in the summer.

About half of all guests Hungary strive to stay on the Balaton. Those who visited him this summer, many were surprised by the “cross” of the lake: to swim or to dive into the water, it was necessary to move away from the coast not less than 20-25 meters, and even further. Another dry summer led to a further lowering of the water level in one of the largest inland waters of Europe.

Now the average lake depth of only 70 cm of tourists here has become fashionable to sunbathe on dozens of small Islands that emerged in the last two or three years on the whole territory of lake Balaton.

Before not too scattering the ships now look clumsy babies, carefully wading through the water between the islet and is marked on maps of glimpses of the rocks. Their captains refuel before a flight minimal amount of diesel fuel, Continue reading

“lake”

Hévíz (Heviz) — a resort in Hungary. to the South-West from lake Balaton. 6 km from the town of Keszthely. It got its name from the thermal lake, which means “hot water”. Ancient thermal spring started to hit near the top of the so-called “hot mountains” at a height of 425 m, and then moved lower.

The surroundings of the lake were well known already in the copper age and the first written references on the Hungarian language refer to 1328. The rapid development of the village in the second half of the 18th century the First thermal bath was built here in 1795. Its fame hévíz owes much to count Festetics, who was seriously engaged in the development of local infrastructure (building of baths, and baths) and the dissemination of information about medical lake.

The Surroundings Of Lake Balaton. Lake Heviz is the second largest warm-water lake in the world and unique in Europe.

The main attraction of the resort is a unique lake hévíz, the second largest warm-water lake in the world and unique in Europe. The water temperature in summer is 33-35 °C, in winter — from 27 to 29 °S. Its area is 4,7 hectares, the depth is 36 m. the lake Water canal fed by lake Balaton.

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