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List of lakes of Estonia

This is a list of lakes in Estonia.

Largest lakes

Largest lakes of Estonia
# Name Area (ha) Biggest depth (m) Average depth (m) Length of shore line (m) Notes
1. Peipsi (Peipus) 351144.9 17.6 8.0 788410 shared with Russia, 1570 km² in Estonia
2. Võrtsjärv 26901.5 6.0 2.8 130874
3. Narva Reservoir 10226.8 9.0 1.9 209484 shared with Russia, 40 km² in Estonia
4. Ülemiste 940.9 4.2 2.5 15219 source of drinking water for Tallinn
5. Saadjärv 724.5 25.0 8.0 19362
6. Vagula 602.8 11.5 5.3 17838
7. Suurlaht 531.0 2.1 1.2 16173 part of Mullutu-Suurlaht
8. Veisjärv 481.1 4.0 1.3 9047
9. Ermistu 456.2 2.9 1.3 19545
10. Paunküla Reservoir 415.8 8.7 3.4 25541 source of drinking water for Tallinn
11. Mullutu Bay 412.7 1.7 0.9 19530 part of Mullutu-Suurlaht
12. Kuremaa 399.6 13.8 5.9 11261
13. Karujärv 345.6 5.5 1.6 12276
14. Kahala 345.6 2.8 0.9 8727
15. Tõhela 338.5 1.5 1.3 12021
16. Pühajärv 290.7 8.5 4.3 16332
17. 2nd sedimentary pool of Estonian Thermal Power Plant 290.6 9354
18. Endla 285.9 2.4 1.5 28057
19. Koosa 282.7 1.9 1.2 7741
20. Soodla Reservoir 262.8 13.0 3.2 26542
21. Kaiavere 248.0 5.0 2.8 8442
22. Aheru 232.5 4.5 3.7 10127
23. Undu Bay 226.9 16722
24. Tamula 208.9 7.5 4.2 6465
25. Hino 207.1 10.4 3.1 11516
26. Sutlepa Sea 203.3 1.5 1.2 11802
27. Kalli 198.7 1.4 1.1 11634
28. Raku 196.9 12.0 7.0 15083
29. Lavassaare 196.0 1.0 0.7 7146
30. Õisu 193.7 4.3 2.8 6985

A

Aabra - Aastejärv - Adriska - Agali - Aheru - Ahijärv - Ähijärv - Ahvenajärv - Aknajärv - Akste - Alatskivi - Alopi - Arbi - Arojärv - Auksi

E

Engli - Erastvere - Ermistu

H

Haanja kõverjärv - Harku - Hilba - Hino - Holvandi Kivijärv - Hüüdru

I

Illi lakes - Imatu

J

Jaala - Jänukjärv - Järvemäe - Järvepää - Jõksi

K

Kahrila - Kajumeri - Kalijärv - Kalli - Kanariku - Karijärv - Karjatse meri - Kärnjärv - Karsna - Karujärv - Kasaritsa verijärv - Käsmu - Kastjärv - Kauru - Kavadi - Keeri - Kiidjärv - Kikkajärv - Kirikumäe - Kisejärv - Klooga - Kõnnu Pikkjärv - Konsu järv - Kose Valgjärv - Koosa - Kubija - Kurgjärv - Küti

L

Laho - Lämmijärv - Lasva - Lavassaare - Leevaku paisjärv - Leigo - Lohja - Lõõdla - Lake Loosu - Luigetiik - Lüübnitsa umbjärv

M

Maardu - Maksameri - Männiku - Meelva - Mehikoorma Umbjärv - Möldri meri - Mõrtsuka - Mullutu laht - Murati

N

Narva Reservoir - Neitsijärv - Niinsaare - Noodasjärv - Nootjärv - Nüpli

P

Lake Peipus, between Estonia and Russia

Pabra - Paide Tehisjärv - Paidra - Palojärv - Palojüri - Pannjärv - Pappjärv - Paukjärv - Peipus (Peipsi) - Pesujärv - Pskov (Pihkva) - Piirakajärv - Pillejärv - Plaani Külajärv - Porkuni - Põrmujärv - Prossa - Pühajärv - Pullijärv

R

Raadi - Rääkjärv - Räätsma - Raku - Raigastvere - Räpina paisjärv - Ratasjärv - Ratva - Rõuge Liinjärv - Rõuge Suurjärv - Rõuge Valgjärv

S

Saadjärv - Selgjärv - Šnelli tiik - Soitsjärv - Sõmerpalu paisjärv - Supilinna pond - Sutlepa meri - Suur-Kikkajärv - Suur Pehmejärv - Suurlaht

T

Tabina - Tamula - Tihu - Tooma - Tudu

U

Ubajärv - Uhtjärv - Ülemiste - Uljaste - Üvarjärv

V

Vagula - Vähajärv - Väike Karujärv - Vaikne - Väimela Alajärv - Väimela Mäejärv - Väinjärv - Vällämäe Küläjärv - Vanamõisa - Vaskna - Verevi - Viitina - Viitina Alajärv - Viitna - Viljandi - Vissi - Võngjärv - Vöölameri - Võrtsjärv

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