Local nameИмандра
LocationNorthwestern Federal District, Russia

Imandra is a lake in the south-western part of the Kola Peninsula in Murmansk Oblast, Russia, slightly beyond the Arctic circle. It is located 127 m above sea level; its area is about 876 km², maximum depth is 67 m. The shape of the shore line is complicated. There are a number of islands and the largest one, Erm Island measures 26 km². There are three principal parts of the lake connected by narrow straits: Greater Imandra or Khibinskaya Imandra in the north, Ekostrovskaya Imandra in the centre, and Babinskaya Imandra in the west. The lake drains into the Kandalaksha Gulf of the White Sea by the Niva River. The lake is known for the transparency of its water and its abundance of fish.

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Coordinates 67°37'57.692" N 32°49'24.584" E

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