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The lake with Sierra Nevada in the background.
|Location||La Araucanía Region|
|Primary outflows||Underground outflow|
|Surface area||7.8 km2 (1,900 acres)|
|Surface elevation||1,122 m (3,681 ft) above sea level|
Conguillío Lake is a lake located in the La Araucanía Region of Chile, within the Conguillío National Park. The lake was formed by the damming of the Trufultruful River caused by a lava flow from the Llaima volcano.
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