Lakes Geneva and Neuchâtel, Switzerland and France – June 4th, 201146.9N 6.8E
Lake Geneva and Lake Neuchâtel can be seen near the center of this image. Lake Geneva (below) spans the France-Switzerland border, while Lake Neuchâtel (above) rests entirely within Switzerland.
Lake Geneva is the larger of the two, with a surface area of approximately 580 km²; Lake Neuchâtel has a surface of 218.3 km². Although smaller than its neighbor, it is the largest lake entirely in Switzerland.