Located in the southeastern end of Bavaria, Germany, King Lake is located in the German Alps south of the Austrian city of Salzburg, and its Bechtesgaden National Park is a famous tourist attraction in Germany. King Lake is famous for its clear water. It is considered the cleanest and most beautiful lake in Germany. For this reason, only electric boats, hand rowing and pedaling boats have been allowed to sail in the Lake since 1909. During the last glacial period, Lake King was formed by glaciers. It was 7.7 kilometers long, with an average water depth of 98.1 meters and the deepest depth of 190 meters. It is the deepest lake in Germany. In addition to the town adjacent to the exit, Lake King is completely surrounded by the Alps, including the second highest peak in Germany, the Watzmann Mountains. It is said that the water of King Lake is emerald green. It is famous for its clarity that I came to the lake and was overwhelmed by its shallow blue waves. In the shallow waters of the shore, the lake is green and transparent, reflecting the sunshine and microwave sparkling, and occasionally small fish swim back and forth. In the deepest part of a boat tour, the lake is still green. It's not as bright as it is. It's deep and inclusive green, but with a soft halo. No wonder it's called emerald. These two words are really benevolent and worthy of the name. The cabin of the lake cruise ship is as clean and tidy as the VIP room of the luxury cruise ship. The whole boat looks wooden, but unlike the small canoe, it is a finely processed and painted material, so it looks particularly bright and refreshing. When the tourists are almost full, the captain sails. There was a special program in the boat. When the electric boat was half way from Santa Bardoto, the captain stopped the boat. The fat uncle crew went into the cabin, opened the door and the roof skylight, took them out and made a silent gesture to everyone. When everyone was quiet, he raised his trumpet, looked out at the ship's door, and blew his horn on the lake surrounded by steep mountains. He played a note, a note in the opposite direction, a piece of music in the opposite direction, and a piece of music in the opposite direction. He played a melody, one after another, playing the same movement over and over again. Applause and thunder, everyone understands the purpose of this special program. On the way to the lake, there are several places to visit, so you can go to different classic tours. St. Bartholom's Church (German: St. Bartholom &) is the symbol of the King's Lake. Situated on the West Bank of King Lake, St. Bartholomew Church is small and unique. It is famous for its special shape. The red dome is onion-shaped. The semicircular back hall of the chapel is divided into three symmetrical lobes. It will pass through two small waterfalls. Unfortunately, the water volume is not large and the distance is far, so we can't see the huge scene of thousands of miles. Get off at the last stop and walk up the long dock aisle for about 20 minutes before finally reaching Obersee. Unlike the flowing lake water downstream, here seems to be static, like a giant mirror carved by jadeite, reflecting everything around, beautiful. King Lake, come to Bavaria, you must visit here.