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[[Image:Caspiansea.jpg|right|thumb|NASA image of the Caspian Sea]]
 
[[Image:Caspiansea.jpg|right|thumb|NASA image of the Caspian Sea]]
The largest [[freshwater]] [[lake]] in the [[world]]. Located on the north edge of the [[Middle East]], between [[Europe]] and [[Asia]], with an area of 149,200 square miles. As the Volga and Ural empty into the Caspian. The northern upper-levels of the Caspian are fresh water. The Shi'ites at the southern border decline to use modern sanitation and thus pump raw sewege into the lake.{{fact}}
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The '''Caspian Sea''' is the largest [[freshwater]] [[lake]] in the [[world]]. Located on the north edge of the [[Middle East]], between [[Europe]] and [[Asia]], with an area of 149,200 square miles. As the Volga and Ural empty into the Caspian. The northern upper-levels of the Caspian are fresh water. The Shi'ites at the southern border decline to use modern sanitation and thus pump raw sewage into the lake.{{fact}}
  
 
[[Category:Seas]]
 
[[Category:Seas]]

Revision as of 15:26, 12 November 2007

NASA image of the Caspian Sea

The Caspian Sea is the largest freshwater lake in the world. Located on the north edge of the Middle East, between Europe and Asia, with an area of 149,200 square miles. As the Volga and Ural empty into the Caspian. The northern upper-levels of the Caspian are fresh water. The Shi'ites at the southern border decline to use modern sanitation and thus pump raw sewage into the lake.[Citation Needed]