Albert, Lake
geographical name lake 100 miles (161 kilometers) long E Africa between Uganda & Democratic Republic of the Congo in course of the Victoria Nile

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  • Albert Lake — ist der Name mehrerer Seen in den Vereinigten Staaten: Albert Lake (Denali Borough, Alaska) Albert Lake (Yukon Koyukuk, Alaska) Albert Lake (Kalifornien) Albert Lake (Blue Earth County, Minnesota) Albert Lake (Douglas County, Minnesota) Albert… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Albert,Lake — Albert, Lake also Albert Ny·an·za (nī ănʹzə, nyänʹ ) Formerly also Mo·bu·to Lake (mō bo͞oʹtō). A shallow lake of east central Africa in the Great Rift Valley on the border between Uganda and Congo (formerly Zaire). It was discovered in 1864 by… …   Universalium

  • Albert, Lake — Lake, east central Africa. Lying at an altitude of 2,021 ft (616 m), it is 100 mi (160 km) long and has an average width of about 20 mi (32 km). In the southwest, the Semliki River brings into the lake the waters of Lake Edward; at its… …   Universalium

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  • Lake Albert (South Australia) — Lake Albert Lake Albert von Meningie aus Geographische Lage South Australia Zuflüsse Lake Alexandrina …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Lake Albert — or Albert Lake may refer to: *Lake Albert (Africa), one of the African Great Lakes *Lake Albert (South Australia) *Lake Albert (New South Wales), lake and suburb located in Wagga Wagga, New South Wales *Albert Park and Lake, Victoria, Australia… …   Wikipedia

  • Lake Albert — bezeichnet in den USA: Lake Albert (South Dakota), einen See im Kingsbury County in South Dakota in Australien: Lake Albert (New South Wales), Ortsteil und Stausee bei Wagga Wagga Lake Albert (South Australia), einen der Lower Lakes an der… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • lake — lake1 /layk/, n. 1. a body of fresh or salt water of considerable size, surrounded by land. 2. any similar body or pool of other liquid, as oil. 3. (go) jump in the lake, (used as an exclamation of dismissal or impatience.) [bef. 1000; ME lak(e) …   Universalium

  • Lake — /layk/, n. Simon, 1866 1945, U.S. engineer and naval architect. * * * I Relatively large body of slow moving or standing water that occupies an inland basin. Lakes are most abundant in high northern latitudes and in mountain regions, particularly …   Universalium

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