Nemrut Krater Lake, Bitlis

#120 of 347 in Nature in Turkey
Lake Nemrut is a freshwater crater lake in Bitlis Province, eastern Turkey. It is part of Nemrut Caldera, a volcanic caldera atop Volcano Nemrut. The caldera is a registered natural monument and the wetlandsis registered as a Ramsar site of the country.CalderaThe caldera is located west of Lake Van in the Tatvan, Ahlat and Güroymak districts of Bitlis Province. It is 13km far from Tatvan, and 25km from Ahlat. With its width of nearly 10km, the crater of Nemrut Volcano is one of the largest calderas of the world. Nemrut Caldera is world's second largest one. The western half of the crater is covered by the lake. AT the summit, there are five lakes, two of them existing permanently and the others seasonal. The biggest of the lakes is Lake Nemrut in the form of crescent. It contains freshwater of colorless, odorless and drink water quality.Lake Nemrut is situated at an elevation of about 2247m above main sea level. It has an area of 12.36km2, and its average depth is about 100m with a maximum depth of 176m.Nemrut Caldera is on the youngest volcanic cone in Turkey, which is in a not-eroded state. This unique structural geomorphology make it a subject of scientific research.
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  • So we didn't expect a lot of natural and beautiful. We didn't have the necessary but not necessarily places to camp. Vote for a rise in the sunset izleöe. It's a little bit hard to find the chimney steam but when I went to see gerwkiyor
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  • The hot and cold water to be seen hidden paradise. Transportation is now more comfortable. A good place to establish ksmp. Tatvan and Moncton are individually from.
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  • Turkey is the largest crater lake, lived at 2100 BC, Babylon Requests the name of the mdarı from Nimrod. Height of Mount Nemrut 4450 meters the fourth time the explosion occurred. One of the hottest at the top of the mountain, there's two crater lake depth of Cold Lake 13 square kilometers large, 155 metres. 60 degrees centigrade warmer lake water. Has an area of three square kilometers. 100 meters in the deepest point. Nemrut Crater Lake, Bitlis 26, 15 kilometers away from the town of Ahlat. Attracting local and foreign tourists for recreation and accommodation facilities around the Lake. Bitlis-Nemrut Crater, which is 12 kilometers away from the highway, the Moncton Lakes attracts visitors each semester intensive ... 4 km-length ski slope in winter ski centre.
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  • Tatvan, Bitlis district at the top of Mount Nemrut. The mountain has three different temperatures of the Lake!
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  • Everyone needs a place to go. And both views of the pond with a natural wonder. The only problem is that way. The village road. What's what in the car leaves the rubber shock-absorber.
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  • If going from Tatvan your way out here, I strongly recommend you. Nemrut Crater Lake of van and magnificent view of the witness statements of goals you must have this place moving around for ways to get made.
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  • Great Lakes, small lakes and hot steam chimneys a spectacular natural wonder.
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  • It was a great place. Nemrut Crater Lake and the surrounding area was great. Nature is a wonderful presentation to us. For once in your life there.
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