Bracciano Lake (it.Lago di Bracciano) is the largest lake in Latium region after the Lake Bolsena. It is located 32 km northwest of Rome. Its area takes 56.76 square km and it occupies the 8th place among the lakes of Italy. The depth is up to 156 m. (Source www.wikipedia.com)

Lake Bracciano keeps many mysteries. In ancient times it was called Sabatino. According to the legend, the sunken city is at the bottom of the volcanic lake. The lake is surrounded from almost all sides by small towns: Bracciano, Anguillara, Trevignano and Vigna di Valle. Each of them has its own history, but particularly noteworthy town is Bracciano with its symbol - the Castle Orsini- Odescalchi, proudly towering above the eponymous lake. 

Bracciano Lake (it.Lago di Bracciano) is the largest lake in Latium region after the Lake Bolsena. It is located 32 km northwest of Rome. Its area takes 56.76 square km and it occupies the 8th place among the lakes of Italy. The depth is up to 156 m. (Source www.wikipedia.com)

Lake Bracciano keeps many mysteries. In ancient times it was called Sabatino. According to the legend, the sunken city is at the bottom of the volcanic lake. The lake is surrounded from almost all sides by small towns: Bracciano, Anguillara, Trevignano and Vigna di Valle. Each of them has its own history, but particularly noteworthy town is Bracciano with its symbol - the Castle Orsini- Odescalchi, proudly towering above the eponymous lake. 

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