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Lake Baikal, Russian Federation

Mountains seen from the banks of Lake Baikal, southern Siberia, Russia. Faulted southeastern side of Svyatoy Nos peninsula, Lake Baikal – active faulting shown by faceted spurs.

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The eastern coast of Lake Baikal

lake baikal ice diamonds | 美しき悲劇の湖!凍結した『バイカル湖』が ...

Siberian photographer Alexey Trofimov captured extraordinary scenes of sunshine and ice on Lake Baikal

Lake Baikal, Siberia, Russia - The deepest lake in the world—at over a mile (1,700 meters)—and holds an incredible 20 percent of Earth’s unfrozen fresh water. Formed some 25 million years ago, it’s also the world’s oldest lake. Because of its age and isolation, Baikal is home to more than 1,700 species of plants and animals, two thirds of which can be found nowhere else in the world.

Lake Baikal, Russia

Russia: Lake Baikal - the "Pearl of Siberia"

The border between Siberian Russia and Mongolia is a natural divide with rugged hills and mountains to the north covered in a seemingly endless forest;

Die krassesten Landschaften der Welt

Lake Baikal, Russia. The oldest and deepest lake on earth. Holds 20% of the world's fresh water- more than all the Great Lakes combined.

Olkhon Island, Russia Travel on the Trans-Siberian Railway as it skirts Lake Baikal, the world’s deepest freshwater lake, and you appreciate the place’s remoteness -- it is about three-and-a-half days by train from Moscow and three days from Beijing

Olchon Island on Lake Baikal, Russia

The 22 Most Beautifully Secluded Places In The World

beautifully-secluded-places-in-the-world- ~ Olchon Island on Lake Baikal in Russia

The Kamchatka Peninsula is a part of the Russian Kamchatka Oblast (along with a part of the continent, the Komandorskiye Islands and Karagin...

The Kamchatka Peninsula is a part of the Russian Kamchatka Oblast (along with a part of the continent, the Komandorskiye Islands and Karagin.

Manchmal ist der Anblick eines Ortes einfach nur überwältigend – und man fragt sich unwillkürlich: Wie hat die Natur das bloß hinbekommen? Die meisten dieser Orte wurden über Jahrmillionen durch die unterschiedlichsten Kräfte geformt, von Wasser, Wind und unterirdischen Vorgängen. Wir zeigen 19 Naturwunder, die einfach nur sprachlos machen. 1) Wasserfall Seljalandsfoss, Island FOTO: GETTY IMAGES

Manchmal ist der Anblick eines Ortes einfach nur überwältigend – und man fragt sich unwillkürlich: Wie hat die Natur das bloß hinbekommen? Die meisten dieser Orte wurden über Jahrmillionen durch die unterschiedlichsten Kräfte geformt, von Wasser, Wind und unterirdischen Vorgängen. Wir zeigen 19 Naturwunder, die einfach nur sprachlos machen. 1) Wasserfall Seljalandsfoss, Island FOTO: GETTY IMAGES

A Nenets reindeer herders' camp on the tundra near Salemal. Yamal, Northwest Siberia, Russia

A Nenets reindeer herders' camp on the tundra near Salemal. Yamal, Northwest Siberia, Russia: Russia, Yamal: Arctic & Antarctic photographs, pictures & images from Bryan & Cherry Alexander Photography.

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