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Lake Turgoyak, Miass

Categories: Bodies of Water, Nature & Parks
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4.9/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web
Turgoyak is a lake in Chelyabinsk Oblast, near the city of Miass, Russia. It has a surface of 2638 hectares. The water of the lake has a great transparency . The quality of the water is comparable to that of Lake Baikal.A megalithic monument is found on an island in the lake, as well as ruins of a monastery.The lake is a popular tourist destination with resorts and holiday camps.
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  • Specially made for the attraction. Beautiful Lake, surrounded by mountains (hills). Water really clean. The coastline is convenient for bathing, one person despite the coolness bathed) recommended to visit!
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  • You have a dream to visit in the Urals and in August this year, the dream came true. Amazing nature and the pristine waters of Lake Turgoyak pleased us. Weather too delighted locals and tourists, pretty much has been willing to plunge into the transparent and warm drink. Went sailing on a yacht, motor boat forbidden, preserve the ecology of the Lake. the place very beautiful, forested areas around the Lake and the mountains. There are gorgeous beaches: Fongrad hotel, Golden Beach and Golden Sands, close across the isthmus Lake Inyško. Miass mineralogical museum is a treasure of nature in Russia. Rest remained are happy.
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  • If you are with a purpose, not even rest, looked in Miass or nearby villages, be sure to visit Lake Turgoyak. This Lake is therapeutic. It heals, if not the body, the soul for sure. Beautiful nature and pure water will not leave you indifferent. A Lake may be you dream.
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