Seen from space
|Location||Republic of Karelia|
|Coordinates||63°18′N 33°45′E / 63.3°N 33.75°ECoordinates: 63°18′N 33°45′E / 63.3°N 33.75°E|
|Type||natural lake, reservoir|
|Primary outflows||Segezha River|
|Surface area||906 km2 (350 sq mi)|
|Max. depth||103 m (338 ft)|
Lake Segozero (Russian: Сегозеро, Finnish: Seesjärvi) is a large freshwater lake in the Republic of Karelia, northwestern part of Russia. It is located at 63°18′N 33°45′E / 63.3°N 33.75°E. Segezha River is a major outflow from Segozero and it empties to Vygozero. After the hydroelectric power plant was built on Segezha River the surface area of Segozero have risen from 815 km² to 906 km².