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Lake Baikal (UN World Heritage Site) Facts and Visitor Information
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Lake Baikal (UN World Heritage Site) - Facts and Visitor Information
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Lake Baikal is the largest and deepest lake in the world. It is located just north of Mongolia in the southern part of Siberia in the regions of the Irkutsk Oblast, the indigeneous autonomous region of Buryiata, and the Chita Region. The lake was formed 20 million years ago and will one day be an ocean, long after we all die. In the meantime, non-existent environmental regulations and enforcement pose risks to the living creatures in and around the lake. I recommend visiting this lake with the Tahoe-Baikal Institute or the Earth Island Institute

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