Russian Mini-Subs Find Possible Tsarist Gold In Lake Baikal
Explorers have long been searching for the Tsarist gold that was allegedly carried by Admiral Alexander Kolchak as he fled the advancing Red Army during the Russian Civil War following the Bolshevik Revolution.
One legend has it that "Kolchak's gold," estimated at 1,600 tons and worth billions of dollars, was lost after his train plunged into the world's deepest freshwater lake from the Krugobaikalskaya line at Cape Polovinny.
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