«Network of Cities with Lakes»
«Network of Cities with Lakes», is a private Non Profit Company seated at the seat of the Municipality of Dorida. The Network encounters to date 43 members from Greece, Cyprus and Albania.
Country with highest number of lakes: Finland
Country with lowest number of lakes: Malta
Largest lake in Europe: Vänern – Sweden
Number of Lakes in Europe: 439959
Number of Lakes in Greece: 65
Number of Lakes in Cyprus: 3
Documentation of the current situation
and identification of common problems
Documentation of the existing situation and identification of common problems recorded in the network lakes and the areas around them.
Sustainable management of the lakes
best preservation strategies
Creation of a number of directives for the sustainable management of lakes by applying best preservation strategies as regards to natural lakes and reservoirs in relation to the natural and human built environment.
Mapping water systems
The conduct of mapping of the European water systems, in order to create a database that will store all available information regarding the location, lakes and reservoirs morphometry and in which the problems of the area will be recorded.
change of human behavior
The creation of a number of directives about the sustainable management of the lakes by applying the best preservation strategies as regards to natural lakes and reservoirs in relation to natural and human built environment.
In the context of extroversion and development of cooperation between the Network of Cities with Lakes with representatives of foreign states, the meeting with representatives from the Republic of Panama [...]Continue Reading
On Saturday 21st and Sunday 22nd of April 2018, the Annual General Meeting of the Network of Cities with Lakes was held with great success in the Municipality of Ziros, [...]Continue Reading
Water is the driving force of all nature.
Leonardo Da Vinci
Nothing is softer or more flexible than water,
yet nothing can resist it.
For many of us, clean water is so plentiful and readily available that we rarely, if ever, pause to consider what life would be like without it.
Water is to me, I confess, a phenomenon which continually awakens new feelings of wonder as often as I view it.
Look deep into nature, and then you
will understand everything better.
Thousands have lived without love, not one without water.