Stendorfer See

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Stendorfer See
Location Kasseedorf, Holstein Switzerland, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
Coordinates 54°09′47″N 10°42′11″E / 54.163°N 10.703°E / 54.163; 10.703Coordinates: 54°09′47″N 10°42′11″E / 54.163°N 10.703°E / 54.163; 10.703
Primary inflows Schwentine
Primary outflows Schwentine
Basin countries Germany
Max. length 1.5 km (0.93 mi)
Max. width 0.7 km (0.43 mi)
Surface area 0.54 km2 (0.21 sq mi)
Max. depth 8 m (26 ft)
Surface elevation 32.6 m (107 ft)

The Stendorfer See is a lake west of Kasseedorf in Holstein Switzerland, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany.

The lake lies east of the Stendorf Manor House in the parish of Kasseedorf and is surrounded by a rolling moraine landscape.

The lake is oblong in shape with a maximum length of about 1,500 metres and a maximum width of about 700 metres. It has an area of some 54 hectares (130 acres) and a maximum depth of about 8 metres, the deepest point being near its northeastern shore. It lies at an elevation of around 32.6 m above sea level (NN).

The Stendorfer See is crossed by the River Schwentine from east to west. In addition several smaller lakes and ponds drain into it - including the Kolksee to the southwest and the Oberteich.

It is used as a fishing lake. In addition to pike, eel, perch, tench and stocked carp, burbot may also be caught occasionally.

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