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Lake Velencei

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Lake Velencei

Lake Velence is the third largest lake in Hungary. It is a popular holiday destination among Hungarians.

The lake has an area of 26 km2, one third of which is covered by the common reed. Because of the sunny climate of the area and the shallowness of the lake, it is one of the warmest lakes in Europe: its temperature in the summer may reach 26 to 28°C.[1][2]

Location

Lake Velence is located in Fejér county, close to the M7motorway between Budapest and Székesfehérvár, at the feet of Velence Mountains.

Flora and fauna

The lake is a bird reserve.

Settlements along the shore

Lake Velence area settlements

Gallery

References

External links

  • Google Maps
  • LakeVelence events and informations
  • Aerial photographs
  • Photos
  • Map


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