First of all, it's not a lake, it's a lagoon. It communicates with the ocean and in hight tide the waters mix up, creating a very unique environment. Actually, the large amount of lagoons in the state area gave the state it's name: Alagoas. Now, Mundaú itself: the lagoon is surrounded by the poorest areas of Maceió, with all the problems that emerge there: garbage, pollution, prostitution, high criminality... you name it. The margins are taken by garbage dumpings, favelas and it really amazes me how it's not dead yet! The sun sets on the hills across Mundaú, paiting it golden. A very beutiful view. But that's it.
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