|Surface area||4.36 km²|
|Max. depth||54 m|
|Water volume||109 mio m³|
|Surface elevation||115 m|
The Cospudener See (sometimes translated as Lake Cospuden) is a lake situated south of Leipzig. It is on the site of a former open cast mine. The lake has become highly popular with the local population, with long stretches of sand beaches (some clothing-optional, following the East German tradition of public nude bathing) and with a sauna directly located at the lake. There is also a small sailing harbour.
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