partial view of Lake Yliki, north of Thiva, Greece.
|Surface area||19.1 km2 (7.4 sq mi)|
|Surface elevation||78 m (256 ft)|
Lake Yliki (Greek: Υλίκη Yliki, Ancient Greek: Ὑλικὴ Hylike, Latinised as Hylica) is a large natural lake of Boeotia, central Greece. Situated 8 km north of Thebes at 78 m elevation, it has been an important source of drinking water for the Athens agglomeration since 1958. It is surrounded by low mountains, which separate it from the drained Lake Copais.
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