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Nam Van Lake

Macau Peninsula, Macau


Nam Van Lake (Portuguese: Lago Nam Van) is one of two man made lakes in the Macau Peninsula. It is located at the southern end of the peninsula.

The lake was once a bay (Bahia Da Praia Grande), created when the causeway (Avenida Dr Sun Yat Sen) partially closed off the bay. The project to close the lake began in 1991 to attract more development in Macau.[1] Nam Van means South Bay in Chinese.
Much of the land southwest of the bay was created from landfill.

The Macau Legislative Assembly Building and Superior Court of Macau Building overlook the lake. The lake is bisected by the Ponte Governador Nobre de Carvalho or Macau-Taipa Bridge.
There are four man-made islands within Nam Van Lake. Along with Sai Van Lake, the two artificial lakes cover 80 hectarces of space.

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