Lake Drūkšiai, also called Lake Drysviaty or Lake Drysvyaty, or
Drisvyaty (Belarusian: Дрысвяты,
pronounced [drɨˈsʲvʲatɨ]; Russian: Дрисвяты) is the
largest of the
Lakes of Lithuania
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Druksiai ecological tourism center Site name: Lake Druksiai with adjacent territories. Ecological Institute at University of Vilnius.
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