Mjøsa is the 2nd largest lake by water volume in the Scandinavia at 56 km3.
Containing up to 56 km3 of water, Mjøsa has a maximum depth of 449 meters and spans a surface area of 362 km2.
It spans 117 km on its length. Countries along its shoreline in Europe: Norway.
Lake Mjøsa's surface area is 2, 7 times wider and its volume 4.5 times larger than Hornindalsvatnet Lake, Norway's and Europe's deepest lake. The lake also contains the island of Helgøya.