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The Italian Lakes (Grandi laghi prealpini, lit. "great prealpine lakes") are a group of large lakes lying on the south side of the Alps, in the basin of the river Po and the Mediterranean Sea. Wikipedia

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    • In the north of the country are a number of large subalpine moraine-dammed lakes, commonly referred to as the Italian Lakes.Italy-Wikipedia
    • The Italian Lakes are a popular tourist destination since the Roman Era for their mild climate.Alps-Wikipedia
    • In the north of the country are a number of subalpine moraine-dammed lakes (the Italian Lakes), the largest of which is Garda (370 km2).Geography of Italy-Wikipedia
    • Located on a plains in southern Switzerland and protected by the Alps and lakes, the climate is one of the mildest in the country, typical of the Italian Lakes in the Insubrian region.Lugano-Wikipedia
    • Polybius claims the Insubres founded the city of Milan around 600 BC. They were a Celtic or Ligurian people which dwelt in the 4th–5th century BC in the area of pre-Alpine lakes (the Italian Lakes) and Milan.Insubria-Wikipedia

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