Taquile Island on Lake Titicaca, Peru - Stock image

Peru, Puno Region, South America, Taquile Island, Altiplano

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Stock photo ID:187055490
Upload date:November 03, 2013

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Lake Titicaca, view from Taquile Island, on background Peruvian shore. The lake is located at the northern end of the endorheic Altiplano basin high in the Andes on the border of Peru and Bolivia. The western part of the lake lies within the Puno Region of Peru, and the eastern side is located in the Bolivian La Paz Department.The lake is composed of two nearly separate sub-basins that are connected by the Strait of Tiquina which is 800 m (2,620 ft) across at the narrowest point. The larger sub-basin, Lago Grande (also called Lago Chucuito) has a mean depth of 135 m (443 ft) and a maximum depth of 284 m (932 ft). The smaller sub-basin, Winaymarka (also called Lago Pequeno, 'little lake') has a mean depth of 9 m (30 ft) and a maximum depth of 40 m (131 ft).The overall average depth of the lake is 107 m (351 ft)http://bhphoto.pl/IS/bolivia_380.jpg
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