Nesamovyte is one of the highest alpine lakes in the Ukrainian Carpathians (1750 m above sea level).
It lies within the Carpathian National Park.
The lake is 88 m long and 45 m wide. The depth over the entire area varies from 1 to 1.5 m. It is of glacial origin. It is filled mainly with precipitation. It freezes in winter.
The area near Nesamovyte impresses with prehistoric forms. Nearby are the Big and Small Kozly ridges, which divide the valley with the lake into three parts. The ridges consist of sharp, impregnable rocks, which contrasts with the valley where Nesamovyte lies: flowers bloom on a large flat field, and behind them – fields of fluffy alpine pine.
According to folk beliefs, Nesamovyte is a place in Chornohora where the weather is created. And if you throw a stone into the lake or swim in it, it will definitely start to rain.
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