The Pearl of Siberia

The most popular starting point to reach Lake Baikal is Irkutsk. The city lies on the Angara River, a tributary of the Yenisei, 72 kilometers (45 mi) below its outflow from Lake Baikal

The most popular starting point to reach Lake Baikal is Irkutsk. The city lies on the Angara River, a tributary of the Yenisei, 72 kilometers (45 mi) below its outflow from Lake Baikal

Ricardo Marquina Montañana
Nestled in the deep south of Siberia, far away from more "conventional" tourist destinations, Lake Baikal amazes visitors with over 12,000 square miles of natural charm and unique landscapes.
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