3 Man-made Lakes in Germany that you should visit - With photos & details

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3 Man-made Lakes to explore in Germany

Country with the largest population in Europe. Stretches from the North and the Baltic Sea in the north to the Alps in the south. It is traversed by some of Europe's major rivers such as the Rhine, Danube and Elbe.

AchterdiekseeAchterdieksee, 28355 Bremen, Germany

The Achterdieksee is a quarry pond in the Oberneuland district of Bremen, which is used as a bathing lake. It is also used by sport fishermen. The lake, which is directly adjacent to the A 27 , was excavated in 1969 during the construction of the motorway and then converted into a bathing lake as one of four sand extraction points for the construction of the motorway.

Mahndorfer SeeMahndorfer See, 28307 Bremen, Germany

The Mahndorfer See is a quarry pond in the south of Bremen with an area of ​​22.4 hectares and a maximum depth of 15 meters. The state border runs through the lake, the eastern bank belongs to the town of Achim in the district of Verden , Lower Saxony. The lake was created in 1961/62 during the construction of the A1 motorway. It got its current size by removing sand for the construction of the Mercedes plant in Bremen.

Waller FeldmarkseeWaller Feldmarksee, 28237 Bremen, Germany

The Waller Feldmarksee is a quarry pond in the district of In den Wischen, part of the Bremen district of Gröpelingen, which is used as a bathing lake. The lake is also used by windsurfers; there is a slip option for them. Furthermore, the sport fishermen of a club use the lake. The lake, which is close to the A 27 and within sight of the garbage dump, was excavated in 1972/73 as part of the construction of the autobahn and then transformed into a swimming lake as one of four sand extraction poi