| Concepción, Chile|
19 m (62 ft)
| 207 m (679 ft)|
| 41,000 m (440,000 sq ft)|
410,000 m (14,000,000 cu ft)
The Redonda Lagoon (Spanish: Laguna Redonda)is a lagoon of the city of Concepción, Chile. It covers a surface of 41,000 square metres (440,000 sq ft) m² and contains the deepest lagoon of all the city, with a depth of 19 m.
Laguna Redonda Wikipedia
Laguna Redonda is located about 1 kilometre (0.62 mi) of distance of the River Biobío, on the west of the hill Chepe and the northwest at of the Laguna Lo Galindo. The name "Redonda" is due to its circular shape, with an average diameter of 207 metres (226 yd).
At the beginning of the 20th century, the lagoon was the halfway between Concepción and Talcahuano. It was part of the tram that worked between 1908 and 1941. In that period, the lagoon was surrounded by golf courses of the British colony, and by several fundos and quintas that provided to the local industry raw materials.
Today is located in Lorenzo Arenas, a sector in the city of Concepción.