• Lake Khanka

    Lake Khanka

    Lake Khanka is located on the border of the Primorsky region of Russia and the Heilongjiang province of China.

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  • Lake Taimyr

    Lake Taimyr

    Lake Taimyr on the Taimyr Peninsula in the Krasnoyarsk Krai. The second largest after lake Baikal in the Asian part of Russia.

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  • Lake Pyasino

    Lake Pyasino

    Lake Pyasino - lake of glacial origin in Russia, in the South-West North-Siberian lowland in the Krasnoyarsk territory, approximately 20 km from Nor... read more

  • lake Ilmen

    Lake Ilmen

    Lake Ilmen - lake in the Western part of the Novgorod region. Belongs to the basin of the Baltic sea Atlantic ocean.

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  • Lake Baikal

    Lake Baikal

    Lake Baikal - lake of tectonic origin in the southern part of Eastern Siberia, the deepest lake on the planet, the largest natural reservoir of fres... read more

  • Lake Ladoga

    Ladoga lake

    The Ladoga lake is the largest freshwater lake in Europe. The lake area without the Islands 17,6 thousand km2

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  • White lake

    White lake

    White lake is a lake in the West of Vologda region. Between 1964 and is part of the Sheksna reservoir.

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  • Ural River

    Ural River

    The Ural river is a river in Eastern Europe, flows through the territory of Russia and Kazakhstan, flows into the Caspian sea.

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  • Northern Dvina River

    Northern Dvina River

    Northern Dvina river is the major river of the North zone of the European Russia and the White sea basin.

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  • Pechora river

    The River Pechora

    The Pechora river in the Republic of Komi and the Nenets Autonomous district of the Russian Federations river is 1809 km.

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  • Kolyma river

    The River Kolyma

    Length: 2 129 km
    The area of the basin: 643 000 km2
    Kolyma - river in Yakutia and the Magadan region of Russia.

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  • The Irtysh river is the longest river-inflow in the world

    Irtysh River

    The Irtysh river is a river in Siberia and Kazakhstan, the main tributary of the Ob.

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