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Victoria, Lake (Victoria Nyanza) Lake in e central Africa, bordered by Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania. The second-largest freshwater lake in the world, it is the chief reservoir of the River Nile. Its long coastline provides harbours for coastal towns, notably Kampala, Kisumu, and Mwanza. Area: 68,000sq km (26,000sq mi).
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