In Peru, between two massive mountain, lies the Altiplano, a plain at an average height of 3,000 m, called the Roof of the World, is located near Lake Titicaca, the highest navigable lake high altitude at 4127 m above sea level.
Viewed from space, looks like a jaguar Lake Titicaca and the bottom of the lake, the enormous depth of 2,000 m was a wall 20 meters high, the researcher discovered the submarine Cousteau. This wall to indicate the exact direction of the legendary city of Tiahuanaco, a mysterious city.
In 1862 holds the world record of the world's highest navigable ways to ship heavy. Also, is the largest lake in South America, an area of 9710 km ².
By Maria Morari
The most unique lakes in the world .