Pragser Wildsee

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Pragser Wildsee
Pragser Wildsee Seekofel von Bucht.jpg
Pragser Wildsee and Seekofel seen from the bay
LocationSouth Tyrol
Coordinates46°41′41″N 12°5′4″E / 46.69472°N 12.08444°E / 46.69472; 12.08444Coordinates: 46°41′41″N 12°5′4″E / 46.69472°N 12.08444°E / 46.69472; 12.08444
Catchment area30.09 km2 (11.62 sq mi)
Basin countriesItaly
Surface area31 ha (77 acres)
Average depth17 m (56 ft)
Max. depth36 m (118 ft)
Water volume5,300,000 m3 (0.0013 cu mi)
Shore length13.05 km (2 mi)
Surface elevation1,496 m (4,908 ft)
SettlementsPrags
1 Shore length is not a well-defined measure.

The Pragser Wildsee, or Lake Prags, Lake Braies (Italian: Lago di Braies; German: Pragser Wildsee) is a lake in the Prags Dolomites in South Tyrol, Italy. It belongs to the municipality of Prags which is located in the Prags valley.

During World War II it was the scene of the transport of concentration camp inmates to Tyrol.

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