Lake Baikal in Siberia is the world’s largest frozen lake. The lake has a surface area of 31,722 km2/12,248 sq mi, and it contains more water than all of the water found in the North American Great Lakes combined. Lake Superior has a larger surface area, but Lake Baikal is more voluminous. The central part of the lake is 1,642 meters (5,390 ft), which also makes Lake Baikal the deepest lake in the world. At 25 million years old, Lake Baikal is the oldest lake in the world.
The other answer suggests that Lake Baikal is permanently frozen, but it is not. It does freeze over in winter.
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