Carrera Lake, Argentina and Chile. The freshwater lake is the second deepest lake in South America, reaching 586 m depth. It is also one of the most beautiful natural lakes in the world.
The lake stretches for 1,850 km² through two countries. It is of glacial origin, surrounded by Andes mountains and is fed by Pacific Ocean and Baker River.
Carrera Lake fascinates with its clear water, which colors vary between emerald, turquoise, aquamarine and azure. Moreover, the Marble Caves, formed due to the wave action, surround the lake. The unusual natural network is called Marble Cathedral and attracts many visitors.
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