Lyubov Morekhodova glides over the pure ice on skates made by her father not long after World War Two.
In recent years Lyubov – her first name means Love, and her family make is akin to ‘The One Who Walks on Sea’ – has become an icon of Lake Baikal, probably its best known resident, her exploits known both to Russians and people all round the world.
She has lived on its shores all her life, where winter temperatures plummet to minus 50C.
You can read more at The Siberian Times.
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