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|Lago di Gusana|
|Lake type||artificial lake|
|Surface area||2 km²|
|Max. depth||79.5 m|
|Water volume||58 km³|
The lake was built in the 1930s to store water for an electricity generator (central of Coghinadordza), and it covered an ancient Roman bridge as well as an ancient archaeological site of the Nuragici people.
It is now a tourist destination.
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