Cluster of Lakes in Western Russia58.3N 38.4E
Several lakes can be seen in this image of western Russia. The largest, at the bottom, is Rybinsk Reservoir. It is a vast man-made water reservoir on the Volga River.
The second largest lake in the image is Lake Beloye, center left. It is of an approximately round shape with a diameter of 46 km, maximum depth is 110 ft.
Between Rybinsk Reservoir and Lake Beloye are the Sheknsna Reservoir or Sheksninskoe Reservoir, on the Sheksna River (left), and Kubenskoe Lake, stretching for 60 km from north-west to south-east (right, elongated shape). It is the source of the Sukhona River.
In the upper part of the image are two other lakes: Lake Lacha (top) and Lake Vozhe (below the former). Lake Vozhe, also known as Lake Charondskoye, drains through the Svid River into Lake Lacha, from which the Onega River flows out.