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Pagsum Lake

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Location  Gongbo'gyamda County
Max. length  18 km (11 mi)
Max. depth  120 m (390 ft)
Area  27 km²
Basin countries  China
Surface area  27 km (10 sq mi)
Surface elevation  3,700 m
Length  18 km
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Similar  Basong Co, Namcha Barwa, Mila Mountain, Yarlung Tsangpo Grand Ca, Rakwa Tso

Dragsum Tsho (tib.: brag gsum mtsho, Tibetan:བྲག་གསུམ་མཚོ་, Pagsum Co (Chinese: Bāsōng Cuò 八松错), literally meaning “three rocks” in Tibetan, is a lake covering 28 square kilometres in Gongbo'gyamda County, Nyingchi Prefecture of the Tibet Autonomous Region in China, approximately 300 km east of Lhasa in Tibet. At 3,700 metres over sea level it is about 18 km long and has an average width of approximately 1.5 kilometres. The deepest point of the green lake measures 120 metres. The lake is also known as Gongga Lake.

Map of Basong Co, Gongbo'gyamda, Nyingchi, China

References

Pagsum Lake Wikipedia


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