Pyramid Hill of the Lake Baikal, Russia
Baikal is one of the biggest lakes in world on area of 31,722 km2 (12,248 sq miles) located in Eastern Siberia, Russia. Baikal is famous for its depth in 1,642 m (5,387 ft) that makes Baikal is the deepest lake in the world with amazing clearest water. Wild nature and fresh Siberian air attracts people from all over the world even in extremely cold Siberian winter for visiting so pure lake Baikal.
In 2007 an architect and scholar of the Irkutsk State Technical University Lubov Makogon visited with her student Port Baikal, a little fisher port town on western Baikal lakeshore where she noted an unusual hill with four visible sides oriented to the North. The hill in height of 80 meters with the width of the base in 170 meters located in the center of Baikal Port close to the lakeshore and had a perspective view from the lake and mouth of the Angara river.
Being a Member of the Russian Union of the Architects Lubov Makagon made observation that this pyramid hill is only one hill in all that area with four visible pyramidal sides and four edges of the sides getting interesting connections with surrounding hills. In 2012 she visited again Port Baikal with a group of her students where she found topographic base area and made topographic technical research. This research gave more features that the hill is can be pyramidal construction with direct orientation to the North. More over this pyramid hill has amazing connections with suburb hills which is clear to see on the topographic research made by Lubov Makagon and shared with World-Pyramids.
There are no doubts for professional architect Lubov Makagon that it’s real pyramid on the lakeshore of the Baikal. For further investigation the Baikal pyramid hill need in detail research as the local legends and mythology.