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Cayuga Lake

Cayuga Lake is the longest of western New York's glacial Finger Lakes and has the largest surface area.

Ithaca, New York, site of Cornell University, sits at the southern end of Cayuga Lake. Cornell's alma mater or official school song makes reference to its position "far above Cayuga's waters".



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