10. Mälaren


Mälaren grafika

  • area: 1,140 km²
  • countries: Sweden
  • coordinates: 59°30′N 17°12′E
  • maximum length: 72 km
  • maximum width: 28 km

9. Lake Sevan


Lake Sevan grafika

fot. photo-armenia.com

  • area: 1,238 km²
  • countries: Armenia
  • coordinates: 40°19′N 45°21′E
  • maximum length: 74 km
  • maximum width: 32 km

8. Vygozero


Vygozero grafika

  • area: 1,250 km²
  • countries: Russia
  • coordinates: 63°37′18,7″N 34°40′22,2″E
  • maximum length: 89 km
  • maximum width: 23 km

7. Beloye


Beloye grafika

  • area: 1,290 km²
  • countries: Russia
  • coordinates: 60°10′N 37°38′E
  • maximum length: 46 km
  • maximum width: 33 km

6. Vättern


Vättern grafika

fot. Kenny Louie from Vancouver, Canada / wikipedia.org (CC BY-SA 2.0)

  • area: 1,893 km²
  • countries: Sweden
  • coordinates: 58°24′N 14°36′E
  • maximum length: 135 km
  • maximum width: 31 km

5. Peipus


Peipus grafika

  • area: 3,543 km²
  • countries: Russia, Estonia
  • coordinates: 58°41′N 27°29′E
  • maximum length: 143 km
  • maximum width: 50 km

4. Saimaa


Saimaa grafika

fot. Grigorii-Torkel / wikipedia.org (CC BY-SA 4.0)

  • area: 4,400 km²
  • countries: Finland
  • coordinates: 61°15′N 28°15′E
  • maximum length: 180 km
  • maximum width: 90 km

3. Vänern


Vänern grafika

fot. Achird / wikipedia.org (CC BY-SA 3.0)

  • area: 5,650 km²
  • countries: Sweden
  • coordinates: 58°48′N 13°19′E
  • maximum length: 150 km
  • maximum width: 81 km

2. Onega


Onega grafika

  • area: 9,720 km²
  • countries: Russia
  • coordinates: 61°35′54,8″N 35°34′45,2″E
  • maximum length: 248 km
  • maximum width: 80 km

1. Ladoga


Ladoga grafika

fot. Yoneh / wikipedia.org (CC BY-SA 3.0)

  • area: 17,891 km²
  • countries: Russia
  • coordinates: 60°47′48,1″N 31°30′31,6″E
  • maximum length: 219 km
  • maximum width: 138 km