Kuyto

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The Kuyto (Russian: Куйто Finnish: Kuittijärvet) are three lakes in the Republic of Karelia, in the northwestern part of Russia. The Kuyto lakes are connected by natural canals, and are used for timber rafting.

Middle Kuyto
LocationRepublic of Karelia
Coordinates65°08′00″N 31°15′00″E / 65.1333333°N 31.25°E / 65.1333333; 31.25Coordinates: 65°08′00″N 31°15′00″E / 65.1333333°N 31.25°E / 65.1333333; 31.25
Basin countriesRussia
Surface area257 km2 (99 sq mi)
Max. depth34 m (112 ft)
Surface elevation101 m (331 ft)

There are numerous islands on Kuyto Lakes.