Varese Lake / Lago di Varese is a lake of glacial origin in Lombardy, in the north of Italy. It has an area of 14.5 km², a medium depth of 11 m, and a maximum depth of 23 m.
Lake Varese is a smallish lake in the Lombardy region fed by underground springs. The lake is surrounded by rolling hills and to the south the roads lead to ponds and marsh area. Isolino Virginia is the lake’s small island, which is located near the western shoreline. The lake is glacial in origin and is spread over an area of 14.5 square kilometers and has an average depth of 11 meters. Those who enjoy fishing will love Lake Varese, which is rich in fish stock like tench, carp, eels and pike. Today steps are being taken to preserve the waters of the lake, which were faced with pollution problems in the 20th century.
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