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List of lakes of Bulgaria

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List of lakes of Bulgaria

This is an incomplete list of lakes in Bulgaria.

Image Lake Area (km2) Depth (m)
Limans and lagoons
Lake Atanasovsko 17 1
Lake Beloslav 4-10 14
Lake Burgas 27.6 31
Lake Durankulak 4
Lake Pomorie 8.5 1,4
Lake Shabla 0.8 4
Lake Varna 17 19
Swamps, marshes and other lakes
Aldomirovtsi marsh 1.29
Alepu 1.67
Arkutino
Dragoman marsh 4
Lake Rabisha 15
Smolyan lakes (8 lakes) 4,5
Srebarna 2 3
Ustren lake 0.15
Glacial lakes (in Pirin)
Banderishki Lakes (17 lakes) 0.13 12
Bashliiski Lakes (4 lakes) 0.02 3
Breznishki Lakes (3 lakes) 0.04
Chairski Lakes (9 lakes) 0.09 5,6
Dautovo Lake
Kremenski Lakes (5 lakes) 0.20 27
Malokamenishki Lakes (20 lakes)
Popovo Lake 0.12 27,5
Prevalski Lakes (4 lakes) 5,2
Samodivski Lakes (3 lakes) 0.06
Tipitski Lakes (2 lakes) 0.02 9
Valyavishki Lakes (10 lakes) 18
Vasilashki Lakes (12 lakes) 0.16 29
Vlahini Lakes (5 lakes) 0.09 13,4
Glacial lakes (in Rila)
Lake of Purity
Marichini Lakes (2 lakes) 0.03 11
Seven Rila Lakes (7 lakes)
1. The Eye 0.068 37,5
2. The Fish Lake 0.035 2,5
3. The Kidney 0.085 28
4. The Lower Lake 0.059 11
5. The Tear 0.007 4,5
6. The Trefoil 0.026 6,5
7. The Twin 0.091 27,5
Urdini Lakes (6 lakes) 7,6
Vapski Lakes (2 lakes) 0,03

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