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Lakes in Cuba Naturaleza

Cuban lakes are small and more properly classified as freshwater or saltwater lagoons. The Zaza Reservoir is the largest man-made reservoir in Cuba. It is located in the Sancti Spíritus Province in central Cuba ... Lake la Redonda is located in of Ciego de Ávila province, in address to Cayo Coco. La Redonda has 4,5 surface km² and an extensive net of natural channels ... Laguna de Leche, also called Laguna Grande de Morón) is the largest natural fresh water lake in Cuba. It is located in the wetland of northern Ciego de Ávila Province ...

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Zaza Reservoir

Zaza Reservoir

Zaza Reservoir (Spanish: Embalse Zaza, La Presa Zaza) is the largest man-made reservoir in Cuba. It is located in the Sancti Spíritus Province in central Cuba ... more info.

Lake La Redonda

Lake La Redonda

Lake la Redonda is located in of Ciego de Ávila province, in address to Cayo Coco. La Redonda has 4,5 surface km² and an extensive net of natural channels ... more info.

Lake La Leche

Lake La Leche

Laguna de Leche (Spanish for "Milk Lagoon", also called Laguna Grande de Morón) is the largest natural fresh water lake in Cuba. It is located in the wetland of northern Ciego de Ávila Province ... more info.

 
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