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What is the Largest Lake In Alaska?

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Lake Iliamna or Iliamna Lake is the largest lake in Alaska. The lake covers 1,000 square miles, and reaches over 900 feet deep. The whole state of Rhode Island could fit inside the shoreline of the lake.

September 9, 2008 7:31 AM | Category: Lake Information+Maps

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