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Alakol Lake, Kazakhstan

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Alakol Lake is a 1,020-square-mile (2,650 sq. km) salt lake located in east central Kazakhstan. The l
 

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April 16 · Issue #581 · View online
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Alakol Lake is a 1,020-square-mile (2,650 sq. km) salt lake located in east central Kazakhstan. The lake, which aptly translates to “multicolored lake,” has varying shades of blue and green depending on its depth, levels of phytoplankton, and sediments flowing in from rivers and streams. Its mineral-rich water and mud are believed to be therapeutic, attracting many visitors who seek a natural remedy for psoriasis and other skin ailments.
46°10'00.0"N, 81°35'00.0"E

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