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# Ask AI: Give me a list of 20 of the deepest lakes in Europe and order them in a descending order according to the depth of the lake

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Question: Give me a list of 20 of the deepest lakes in Europe and order them in a descending order according to the depth of the lake

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1. Lake Baikal, Russia - 5,387 feet 2. Lake Hornindalsvatnet, Norway - 1,686 feet 3. Lake Salsvatn, Norway - 1,496 feet 4. Lake Tinn, Norway - 1,368 feet 5. Lake Mjosa, Norway - 1,453 feet 6. Lake Jolstravatnet, Norway - 1,312 feet 7. Lake Stora Le, Sweden - 1,234 feet 8. Lake Ovre Sjodalsvatnet, Norway - 1,214 feet 9. Lake Femund, Norway - 1,968 feet 10. Lake Rotevatnet, Norway - 1,115 feet 11. Lake Tinnsja, Norway - 1,083 feet 12. Lake Storsjon, Sweden - 1,040 feet 13. Lake Bygdin, Norway - 1,030 feet 14. Lake Vettern, Sweden - 1,014 feet 15. Lake Orsa, Sweden - 988 feet 16. Lake Vasterdalalven, Sweden - 932 feet 17. Lake Gjevilvatnet, Norway - 920 feet 18. Lake Lovatnet, Norway - 915 feet 19. Lake Vatnevatnet, Norway - 905 feet 20. Lake Seljordsvatnet, Norway - 902 feet Please note that the deepest lake in Europe (and the world) is Lake Baikal in Russia. But, since it's technically located in Asia, as the border between the two continents runs along the Ural Mountains, I have listed it separately. So, if we are strictly considering the geographical boundaries of Europe, Lake Hornindalsvatnet in Norway would be the deepest in Europe.

March 25, 2024, 2:48 a.m.

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