Lake Louise

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Lake Louise
Lake Ontario shoreline, Mississauga (29869953971).jpg
Lake Louise shoreline near Meguén, East Chanchajilla
Primary outflowsCantalle Ocean, Olympic Ocean
Basin countriesZamastan, West Chanchajilla, East Chanchajilla, Gladysynthia
Surface area12,100 km2 (4,700 sq mi)
Average depth91 m (299 ft)
Max. depth530 m (1,740 ft)
SettlementsBlythe, Louisa, Meguén, Accadia, Teraminzia

Lake Louise is a terminal lake on the continent of Euronia It is surrounded to the south by Zamastan, the west by Gladysynthia, the north by West Chanchajilla, and the east by East Chanchajilla. It is flanked by the Louise Mountains, spanning to the south, and the Asarana Mountains, spanning to the north. The Danaska River flows west from the lake where it empties into Horseshoe Bay and the Olympic Ocean, while the Jacquinot River and Blackfoot River flow south and into the Cantalle Ocean. It has been described as the "Cradle of Euronia" for having played an important role in the development of civilization on the Euronian continent, particularly with the rise of the Catica and the Ohuacán. The lake is dotted with major cities along its coasts, including Blythe, Louisa, Meguén, Teraminzia, and Accadia. It is a major tourist attraction for its scenic backdrops and mild climate. About 230 species of birds, including more than 80 wetland birds such as the great white pelican, Euronian darter, hamerkop, storks, Mayottean spoonbill, ibis, ducks, kingfishers and Mayottean fish eagle, are known from Lake Louise.


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