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  • Nancy Foy

    ✯ Lake Baikal, Russia .. Second only to the Caspian Sea, Lake Baikal is the largest lake in the world, accounting for approximately one fifth of all water on earth. Averaging at 2,442 feet deep, the centre of Lake Baikal is over twice this and has been recorded as being 5,387 feet deep – around 3 and a half times the size of New York’s Empire State Building.✯ No kidding. I was really there.

  • Jenny Brown

    Lake Baikal, Russia- oldest lake in the world!

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    Art Lake Baikal, Russia travel

  • Richard McClatchey

    Lake Baikal, Russia This lake is the deepest lake in the world at over 5,000 feet and is also over a mile deep.

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