Located in a remote corner of Siberian Russia, Lake Baikal is the largest freshwater lake by volume found anywhere in the world. It covers approximately 12,248 square miles (31,722 sq. km) and is as much as 5387 feet (1642 meters) in depth at certain points. It is also surrounded by a rugged, untamed wilderness, which is stunningly captured in the video below. This is a part of the world that most of us will never get the chance to see and its stark beauty is definitely worth a look.
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