Lake of Pusiano is located in Brianza in northern Italy. Brianza is a situated at the foot of the Alps in the North-West of Lombardy, between Milan and Lake Como.
The River Lambro is both the primary inflow and the primary outflow for Lake of Pusiano. Lambro has its origins at Monte San Primo near the Ghisallo in the Province of Como, not far from Lake Como. In Brianza, it flows through the city of Monza and the famous park where king Umberto I was murdered by an anarchist on 29 July 1900.
English name: Lake of Pusiano
Italian name: Lago di Pusiano
Alternative Italian name: Eupilio
Short facts about Lake of Pusiano
|Laction||Brianza, Lombardy, Italy|
|Surface area||5.2 square kilometres|
|Max depth||27 metres|
|Surface elevation||257 metres|
|Islands||Isola dei Cipressi|