o lake Michigan 58 thousand km2;
o lake Huron – 59,6 thousand km2;
o lake Victoria 68 thousand km2;
o lake superior is estimated at 82.4 thousand km2;
o sea-Caspian lake – 376 thousand km2.
The deepest lakes of the world are:
o Issyk-Kul – 668 meters;
o Niassa – 706 meters;
o the Caspian sea – lake – 1025 meters;
o Tanganyika is 1470 meters;
lake Baikal is 1620 meters.
The largest lake on the planet Earth is the Caspian sea, it is located in the internal regions of Eurasia and contains 78 thousand cubic kilometers of water – more than 40% of the total water lakes in the world, by area, the lake superior even to the Black sea. The sea, the lake is called that only because it has the most marine of the properties of large – area, large volume of water, severe storms, and specific hydrochemical conditions.
From the South to the North of the lake, the Caspian sea stretches for almost 1,200 miles, and from West to East it stretches from 200 to 450 kilometers.
Origin this is the oldest part of the salted lake bluff, which existed 5 to 7 million years ago. In the ice age into the Caspian sea from Continue reading
County Kerry, located in the South-West of Ireland, on the Atlantic coast is one of the most visited regions of the country. People from all over the world come here to see the stunning scenery: rocky cliffs, picturesque coves, bays with picturesque fishing villages, evergreen valley, barren, beautiful lakes, desert island… Travellers also attract numerous sights Carrie – historical, archaeological, cultural monuments and the unique nature of the County. Its climate is not typical for Irish Islands off the coast of Kerry passes the warm Gulf stream, which “preheats” the air that provides favorable conditions for relict plants: only Carrie remained primitive oak groves.
Another asset of the County – its unique culture, jealously guarded by residents. The population is Carrie still uses in daily communication in the native Irish language Galic (gaeilge).
One of the main attractions of the County – “Ring of Kerry” is a popular closed 115-mile route on the Peninsula Iverach. This kind of “Golden Ring” of Ireland. If you look at his schematic map image on Carrie, you can see how it is full of objects, interesting for tourists. The route starts in Killarney and passes, almost belting the County, partly by forest, partly along Continue reading