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Distorted sedimentary rocks of Tethys ocean in valley of river Pshada. August 2012.
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Distorted sedimentary rocks of Tethys ocean in valley of river Pshada. August 2012.

Copyright: Alexander Adashkevich
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Tags: distorted; sedimentary rocks; tethys; ocean; valley; river; pshada; деформация; осадочные породы; Тетис; океан; долина; река; Пшада
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