Dataset of the largest lakes in the Europe by surface area. At 18,130 km2, Lake Ladoga of Russia is the largest lake situated entirely in Europe, and the 14th largest freshwater lake by area in the world. Lake Ladoga has two of the tallest stone lighthouses in the world - the 71-metre Storozhenskiy Light and the 70-metre Osinovetsky Light.
More than a 100km away, its neighboring lake, Lake Onega, takes second spot at 9,700 km2.Lake Onega reaches as deep as 127 meters and holds a water volume of 285km3.
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The world's largest lakes by water volume