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Dec 27, 2017 ... 8 Amazing Facts About Lake Baikal That Will Blow You Away With FIFA World Cup 2018 looming around the corner, now would be the perfect opportunity to start planning your excursions to Russia so that...


Sep 1, 2017 ... An amazing look at the turquoise ice of Lake Baikal in Russia, where giant shards of transparent ice give off a beautiful turquoise hue!


Feb 10, 2012 ... I decided to make a list of interesting events that happened at Lake Baikal in 2011. The Lake is very unique by itself, but there are a lot of people's stories connected to its existence. A barrel floating on the sea. In summer 2011 one retired man from Kultuk village decided to swim across Baikal in…a barrel.


Feb 17, 2014 ... Lake Baikal is the deepest lake on the planet, and is one of the most famous landmarks of Russia and the world. In 1996 Lake Baikal was ... All the above- mentioned facts combined with a beautiful picturesque nature put Lake Baikal next to the most outstanding landmarks of the world. And, the winter ...


Aug 7, 2012 ... Set deep within the Russian subcontinent, Baikal is the deepest, oldest and most voluminous of all lakes.


Lake Baikal is the largest freshwater lake in the world by volume. It holds 20% of all the freshwater on Earth. Find out all the facts about the fascinating Pearl of Siberia.


Nov 20, 2015 ... Famed for the purest water on the planet, but this 'is no longer true' with 'no drinking' warning in southern part of lake.


Its volume is second only to Russia's Lake Baikal. 4. Lake Superior contains 10% of all the earth's fresh surface water. 5. There is enough water in Lake Superior ( 3,000,000,000,000,000--or 3 quadrillion-- gallons) to flood all of North and South America to a depth of one foot. 6. The deepest point in Lake Superior (about 40 ...


Lake Baikal in Russia is the world's deepest lake and Crater Lake in Oregon is the deepest in the United States. ... [2] Facts about Crater Lake: Article on the Oregon Explorer Natural Resources Digital Library website, a collaboration of Oregon State University Libraries & Press and the Institute for Natural Resources.