Lake Peipus (Estonian: Peipsi-Pihkva järv, German: Peipussee, Russian: Чудско-Псковское озеро) is a large fresh water lake. It is between Estonia and Russia in Northern Europe. Lake Peipus is the fourth largest lake in Europe. The lake covers 3,500 square kilometres. It has an average depth of 7m. At its deepest point, Lake Peipus is 15m deep. The lake is used for fishing and recreation.
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