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Have You Ever Sailed on Lake Como?

Lake Como is situated in Italy and is one of the most visited lake there. Italy is one of the most beautiful and most visited country in Europe. Italy with an area of 301,338 km is the 72nd largest country in Europe. Total population of 60,782,668 makes Italy 23rd populated country in Europe. Capital and the most beautiful city in Italy is Rome. Also it is the major economical, political and tourist destination in Italy. Points of interests in Italy are: Venice, Rome, Sicily, Sardinia, Naples, Pisa, Capri… Italy is a country with awesome landscapes, fairy tale beaches, beautiful mountain, amazing historical buildings, old architecture…

If you ever go to Italy you can’t pass without visiting Lake Como. It is one of the most beautiful and most photographed lakes in Europe. It is a perfect destination for a weekend getaway with your family. Below you can see some magnificent photos of Lake Como that will gonna take your breath away and will gonna make you feel like you are there. Also these pictures are prove that mother nature is so powerful that can create whatever she wants.

Image by Edwin van Buuringen via Flickr

Image by Dysanovic via Flickr

Image by Paolo Margari via Flickr

Lake Como also known as Lario is a lake of glacial origin in Lombardy, Italy. With an area of 146 square kilometres (56 sq mi) makes Lake Come the third largest lake in Italy. With over 400 metres (1,300 feet) deep, it is one of the deepest lakes in Europe. Lake Como is popular for its landscapes, wildlife, and spas.

Image by MorBCN via Flickr

Image by Rick Mn via Flickr

Lake Como is a perfect destination for lovers of nature. There you can enjoy in the awesome landscapes, clear water, clean and fresh air, beautiful mountain… All of these makes Lake Como a perfect destination for those who wants to escape from a big cities noise, relax and forget everyday problems.

Image by FromTheNorth via Flickr

Image by Daniel Peckham via Flickr

Image by Daniel Peckham via Flickr

Image by Edwin van Buuringen via Flickr

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