The Great Lakes System of North America consist of five interconnected freshwater lakes - Lakes Superior, Michigan, Huron, Erie, and Ontario - plus the St. Lawrence River, which drains the lakes into the Atlantic Ocean. The lakes serve as the border between the United States and Canada in many places, and only one (Lake Michigan) is entirely in one country. On the shores of these bodies of water stand some of the great North American cities such as Chicago, Milwaukee, Cleveland, and Detroit in the USA and Toronto and Montreal in Canada. In addition to offering some of the best sailing spots in North America, the region is covered with natural scenery such as rivers, smaller lakes, and dense forests. These drone videos bring this great region to life with an aerial perspective. Aerial photo: "Icy Waters of Lake Superior" by AirVuz contributor and drone piloting company Skycandy Studios.
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