Neltume Lake

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Neltume Lake
Lago Neltume
Río Llanquihue y lago Neltume.JPG
The beginning of the Llanquihue River at the confluence of the Neltume and Fui Rivers.
Coordinates 39°48′S 71°57′W / 39.800°S 71.950°W / -39.800; -71.950Coordinates: 39°48′S 71°57′W / 39.800°S 71.950°W / -39.800; -71.950
Type Glacial
Primary outflows Neltume River
Basin countries Chile
Max. length 6.3 km (3.9 mi)
Max. width 2.4 km (1.5 mi)
Surface area 9.5 km2 (3.7 sq mi)
Average depth 86 m (282 ft)
Settlements Neltume is the nearest town

Neltume Lake (Spanish: Lago Neltume) is one of the "Seven Lakes" in Panguipulli municipality, southern Chile. The lake is of glacial origin and it is enclosed by mountain ranges of the Andes.

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