Sites including notable lakes, or on the banks thereof.
|Bali Subak system||Volcanic lake Batur|
|Birka and Hovgarden||At Lake Malaran|
|Chaîne des Puys||Gour de Tazenat: a volcanic crater formed by a phreatomagmatic eruption.|
|Colchic Rainforests and Wetlands||A significant role within the hydrologic regime of the Kolkheti territories plays also Paliastomi Lake which is the largest of over 40 other smaller lakes in the Kolkheti wetland complex. (Nomination Text, p. 27)|
|Cold winter deserts of Turan||Lake Sarykamysh, "Throughout its history, the lake has disappeared several times and re-emerged" (AB ev)|
|Fertö/Neusiedlersee||Largest saline water body in Europe, important for migratory birds|
|Golden Mountains of Altai||Lake Teletskoye|
|Jeju||"Yongcheondonggul Lava Tube was discovered recently, and it has a large lake with different salt concentrations along the depth, future detailed scientific investigations on the fauna may reveal some interesting results on its fauna and ecology. The ceiling above the lake also displays a majestic view of carbonate speleothems." - Nomination File|
|Kizhi Pogost||On the banks of Lake Onega, the 2nd largest lake in Europe and 18th in the world|
|Lake Baikal||31,500 km?, and deepest lake in the world|
|Lake Malawi||30,044 km?|
|Lake Turkana||6,405 km?|
|Lakes of Ounianga||the largest known lake complex in a hyper arid environment (AB ev)|
|Lavaux, Vineyard Terraces||On the banks of Lac Leman|
|Ohrid Region||Lake Ohrid: probably the oldest lake in Europe and with impressive endemism|
|Prehistoric Pile Dwellings||several sites around the Lake Constance|
|Rideau Canal||Includes the Lower, Upper and Big Rideau lakes|
|Sagarmatha National Park||Gokyo Lakes|
|Saryarka||two main lakes L.Aksuat (22,000 ha) and L. Saramoin (12,600 ha)(UNEP-WCMC)|
|Southern Öland||Möckelmossen "West of Möckelmossen there are three groups of house foundations which were excavated during the 1970s. Finds have included bone fragments of cattle, horse, sheep/goat and pig." - nomination file|
|Tajik National Park||Sarez Lake: the lake formed in 1911, after a great earthquake (wiki)|
|Tasmanian Wilderness||Lake St. Clair, the "deepest lake in Australia" (IUCN)|
|Willandra Lakes||Dried lakes|
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