Zegrzynski Lake outside Warsaw


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Zegrzynski Lake
Zegrzynski Impoundment Lake is located approximately 40 km from Warsaw and can be reached through Jablonna village. Lake was created in 1963 when waters of Narew River were dammed. It created and area of 33 km2 with a maximal depth of 15 meters. Today Zegrzynski Impoundment Lake is the centre of leisure and water sports for citizens of Warsaw.

Most of the recreational facilities are located on the eastern side. The lake joins the Vistula River through the Zeranski Channel and this is the route used by sailors and canoers to reach the huge lakes in Mazury region.

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