Lakes in Russia

9956 Lakes in Russia. Lakes on this page are displayed on the map.

Caspian SeaAzerbaijan,Iran,Kazakhstan,Russia,Turkmenistan

The Caspian Sea is, by standard definition, the largest lake on Earth. It is the largest enclosed inland body of water, and thus sometimes referred to as a ... Read more

Lake Baikal is nothing short than a natural wonder. It is the deepest, oldest and largest freshwater lake by volume, containing one fifth of the world’s fresh ... Read more

Lake Ladoga, located in the North-Western part of Russia, is the largest lake in Europe, the 15th largest freshwater lake by surface area in the world and the 14th largest by ... Read more

Lake Onega, also known as Onego (in Russian: Oniézhskoye Ozero; in Finnish : Ääninen or Äänisjärvi) is a large lake in the northwestern part of ... Read more

Bratsk Reservoir is an artificial lake on the upper part of the Angara River, located in the Irkutsk Oblast of Russia. Geographic Facts The reservoir is ... Read more

Kuybyshevskoye or Kuybyshev Reservoir, located in the middle of the Volga and lower Kama region of Russia, is the largest reservoir in Europe, and the third ... Read more

Lake KhankaChina,Russia

Lake Khanka is the largest freshwater lake in the Far East of Russia, with 72% of it located in Russia, while the remaining 28% belongs to China. It is also the largest lake in ... Read more

Lake PeipusRussia,Estonia

Lake Peipus is the largest trans-boundary lake in Europe, situated on the border between Estonia and Russia. The freshwater lake occupies 3.6% of the total area of the Baltic Sea ... Read more

Uvs LakeMongolia,Russia

Uvs Lake is the largest lake in Mongolia by surface area, and also the largest saline lake in the country. The lake area is one of the most important biodiversity poles in ... Read more

Lake Taymyr is the second largest lake after Lake Baikal in the Asian part of Russia, located in the central regions of the Taymyr Peninsula. It is located South off the Byrranga ... Read more

Imandrovskoye Reservoir (Imandra) is a dimictic lake that covers a surface area of 876 km2 (339 mi2), has an average depth of 13 meters (43 feet), and reaches a maximum depth of ... Read more

Sheksna Reservoir is a reservoir lake that covers a surface area of 329 km2 (128 mi2), has an average depth of 20 meters (65 feet). Sheksna Reservoir boasts a total water volume of ... Read more

Rybinsk Reservoir is a mesotrophic reservoir lake that covers a surface area of 4,043 km2 (1,561 mi2), has an average depth of 6 meters (21 feet), and reaches a maximum depth of 28 ... Read more

Volgogradskoye Reservoir is a dimictic reservoir lake that covers a surface area of 3,120 km2 (1,205 mi2), has an average depth of 10 meters (33 feet), and reaches a maximum depth ... Read more

Lake Teletskoye is a natural lake that covers a surface area of 219 km2 (85 mi2), has an average depth of 145 meters (473 feet), and reaches a maximum depth of 325 meters (1,067 ... Read more

Kurile Lake is a crater lake that covers a surface area of 75 km2 (29 mi2), has an average depth of 49 meters (159 feet), and reaches a maximum depth of 306 meters (1,004 feet). ... Read more

Krasnoyarsk Reservoir is a dimictic reservoir lake that covers a surface area of 2,000 km2 (773 mi2), has an average depth of 37 meters (122 feet), and reaches a maximum depth of ... Read more

Zeiskoye Reservoir is a dimictic lake that covers a surface area of 2,119 km2 (819 mi2), and reaches a maximum depth of 93 meters (306 feet). Zeiskoye Reservoir boasts a total ... Read more

Ust-Ilimskoye Reservoir is a dimictic reservoir lake that covers a surface area of 1,703 km2 (658 mi2), has an average depth of 35 meters (115 feet), and reaches a maximum depth of ... Read more

Sayanskoye Reservoir is a dimictic lake that covers a surface area of 621 km2 (240 mi2), and reaches a maximum depth of 220 meters (722 feet). Sayanskoye Reservoir boasts a total ... Read more