Lake Langwieder is a man-made lake located in the city of Munich in southern Germany. It was created in the 1920s as part of a hydroelectric power plant project, the lake and its surroundings was later developed into a popular recreational area.
The lake covers an area of around 2.5 km² and offers a variety of recreational activities such as boating, sailing, swimming, fishing, and sunbathing. There are many paths and cycle ways around the lake, which are popular with walkers and cyclists. The lake also features a small beach area, and a playground for children.
Lake Langwieder also offers a number of possibilities for sports and fitness activities, such as beach volleyball, minigolf, and tennis. The lake offers beautiful views of the mountains and it’s a perfect spot for picnics and enjoying nature.
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