Explore in Lake Baikal


AWAYN IMAGE Explore in Lake Baikal
AWAYN IMAGE Explore in Lake Baikal
AWAYN IMAGE Explore in Lake Baikal
AWAYN IMAGE Explore in Lake Baikal
AWAYN IMAGE Explore in Lake Baikal

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 Lake Baikal, situated in central Siberia, not far from Mongolia, is the world's oldest, most profound, and the largest lake in terms of volume. Sometimes called the ""Pearl of Siberia"" or the ""Sacred Sea,"" this crescent-shaped lake is 636 kilometers (395 miles) long, three to 9 kilometers (two to 46 miles) wide, 5,371 feet deep at its deepest point and occupies 5,500 cubic miles, more than Lake Superior, which has the largest surface area of any lake (31,800 square miles, 80,290 square kilometers). Lake Baikal is renowned as one of the most beautiful places in all of Russia. Gazing across it has been compared to viewing the Grand Canyon. Picturesque cliffs line the western shore; muskrat marches are found in the north, and mountains surround nearly the entire lake. 

Lake Baikal is well-known for its resilient winds and impulsive weather. Fisherman on the lake talking about moving out to sea in the spring when winds of up to 100 miles per hour sweep down from the west and build waves large enough to capsize boats.  People have this opinion that Lake Baikal is at is most beautiful in the winter. The first snows begin in November when the marshes in the north start freezing. Between February and April, the entire lake is frozen to a thickness of between one and six meters, thick enough to support fully loaded truck convoys to remote villages that can't be reached any other way. The water of Lake Baikal is well-known for having the blue most transparent water in the world. 

The lake's slake's flourishing marine life is all surviving to hydrothermal vents inside the lake. These vents act as entryways for cold water from entering cracks in the Earth'sEarth's crust toward the magma deep inside the surface. When the water reemerges through the vents, it is much hotter after its contact with the magma, and brings along with it the ground's precious minerals.

Today Weather Forecast:
TempratureCurrent Temprature: -4.88 C

TempratureMaximum Temprature: -4.88 C

wind Wind: 1.61

Humidity Humidity: 89

Pressure Pressure: 1011(mb)

Clouds Clouds: snow

sunrise sunrise: 2019-11-21 00:23:04

sunset sunset: 2019-11-21 08:43:23