Hiidenvesi

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Hiidenvesi
LA2-Karjaanjoki.png
Location Uusimaa
Coordinates 60°22′30″N 024°11′30″E / 60.37500°N 24.19167°E / 60.37500; 24.19167Coordinates: 60°22′30″N 024°11′30″E / 60.37500°N 24.19167°E / 60.37500; 24.19167
Catchment area Karjaanjoki
Basin countries Finland
Surface area 29.09 km2 (11.23 sq mi)
Average depth 6.68 m (21.9 ft)
Max. depth 29.38 m (96.4 ft)
Water volume 0.195 km3 (158,000 acre⋅ft)
Shore length1 100.87 km (62.68 mi)
Surface elevation 32 m (105 ft)
Frozen December–April
Islands Papinsaari
Settlements Vihti, Lohja
References [1]
1 Shore length is not a well-defined measure.

Hiidenvesi is the second largest lake in the Uusimaa region in Finland. The biggest part of the lake is located in the municipality of Vihti and smaller parts in the town of Lohja. The lake drains through the Väänteenjoki River into the lake Lohjanjärvi and the both lakes are part of the Karjaanjoki (Swedish: Svartån) basin that drains into the Gulf of Finland.[1]

Hiidenvesi in Retlahti, Pusula, Lohja. To the south.

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  1. ^ a b Hiidenvesi in the Jarviwiki Web Service. Retrieved 2014-03-02. (in English)

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