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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.
- Upper Kuyto (Russian: Верхнее Куйто, Finnish: Ylä-Kuittijärvi) is located at . It has an area of 198 km², surface elevation of 103 m and a maximum depth of 44 m.
|Location||Republic of Karelia|
|Surface area||257 km2 (99 sq mi)|
|Max. depth||34 m (112 ft)|
|Surface elevation||101 m (331 ft)|
- Middle Kuyto (Russian: Среднее Куйто, Finnish: Keski-Kuittijärvi) is located at and has an area of 257 km², surface elevation of 101 m and a maximum depth of 34 m.
- Lower Kuyto (Russian: Нижнее Куйто, Finnish: Ala-Kuittijärvi) is located at and has an area of 141 km², surface elevation of 100 m and a maximum depth of 33 m. Lower Kuyto terminates at a dam built in 1956, below which flows the Kem River.
There are numerous islands on Kuyto Lakes.