Largest artificial body of water in the world until the 1930s?
Gutan lake :D
In the United Kingdom which consists principally of England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland - the largest natural body of water enclosed by land is Lough Neagh in Northern Ireland. The largest body of water in England is Lake Windermere. The largest in Scotland Loch Lomond. The largest in Wales is Lake Bala. The largest artificial body of water is Rutland Water in the East Midlands
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A natural harbor is a landform at the junction between land and a water body, where a part of a body of water is protected and deep enough to furnish anchorage. Whereas, Artificial harbors are frequently built and maintained in order to use them as ports. Artificial harbors are constructed where the depth of water is too shallow for a big ships to load and unload.