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Shodnenskaya bowl (Skhodnenskiy bucket). Point Northeast.

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Shodnenskaya bowl (Skhodnenskiy bucket) - a monument of nature, part of Moscow's natural park Tushinsky. Bowl is an amphitheater with a landslide terrain around the marshy floodplain Gangways. Shodnenskaya bowl located in the Southern District Tushino North-Western Administrative District of Moscow. On three sides of the "bowl" is limited to high steep banks of the indigenous in the southern part is a loop channel Gangways. Diameter of the "bowl" on the crest of slopes of up to 1 km, the depth of 40 meters, an area of ​​approximately 75 hectares or 107 hectares of other sources, in the second cup is the third largest natural monument in Moscow (more than just Shchukin Peninsula - 450 hectares, Serebryanoborskaya terrace - 300 ha).

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A: Shodnenskaya bowl (Skhodnenskiy bucket). Point North.

por Alexander Zhivitsky, 350 metros de distancia

Shodnenskaya bowl (Skhodnenskiy bucket) - a monument of nature, part of Moscow's natural park Tushins...

Shodnenskaya bowl (Skhodnenskiy bucket). Point North.

B: Shodnenskaya bowl (Skhodnenskiy bucket). Point riverbed Shodnya. Bend.

por Alexander Zhivitsky, 500 metros de distancia

Shodnenskaya bowl (Skhodnenskiy bucket) - a monument of nature, part of Moscow's natural park Tushins...

Shodnenskaya bowl (Skhodnenskiy bucket). Point riverbed Shodnya. Bend.

C: Shodnenskaya bowl (Skhodnenskiy bucket). Point Inside Bowl. Lowland.

por Alexander Zhivitsky, 520 metros de distancia

Shodnenskaya bowl (Skhodnenskiy bucket) - a monument of nature, part of Moscow's natural park Tushins...

Shodnenskaya bowl (Skhodnenskiy bucket). Point Inside Bowl. Lowland.

D: Shodnenskaya bowl (Skhodnenskiy bucket). Point riverbed Shodnya.

por Alexander Zhivitsky, 700 metros de distancia

Shodnenskaya bowl (Skhodnenskiy bucket) - a monument of nature, part of Moscow's natural park Tushins...

Shodnenskaya bowl (Skhodnenskiy bucket). Point riverbed Shodnya.

E: Shodnenskaya bowl (Skhodnenskiy bucket). Point Northwest.

por Alexander Zhivitsky, 710 metros de distancia

Shodnenskaya bowl (Skhodnenskiy bucket) - a monument of nature, part of Moscow's natural park Tushins...

Shodnenskaya bowl (Skhodnenskiy bucket). Point Northwest.

F: Manor Bratsevo.

por Alexander Zhivitsky, a 1.1 km.

Manor Bratsevo (Moscow, South Tushino) - a monument of architecture and landscape - landscape art. Ho...

Manor Bratsevo.

G: Manor Bratsevo. Point on the slope glade.

por Alexander Zhivitsky, a 1.2 km.

Manor Bratsevo (Moscow, South Tushino) - a monument of architecture and landscape - landscape art. Ho...

Manor Bratsevo. Point on the slope glade.

H: Часовня Феодоровской иконы Божией матери

por Alexey Groznov, a 1.3 km.

Часовня Феодоровской иконы Божией матери

Часовня Феодоровской иконы Божией матери

I: Митинский радиорынок

por Alex Ulyanov, a 1.8 km.

Митинский радиорынок, главный вход. Тестил новый самьянг, посему вышло не очень технически красиво. =)

Митинский радиорынок

J: Autumnal wood

por BolshoyName, a 2.0 km.

Autumnal wood

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Text by Steve Smith.

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