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Kyrgyzstan, Middle Tyan-Shan,Terskey, Archator, elevation 3920m
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Kyrgyzstan, Middle Tyan-Shan, Terskey alatoo, Archator pass 3920m, 15.08.2011 10:00

Kyrgyzstan, Middle Tyan-Shan, Terskey alatoo, Archator pass, 15.08.2011 10:00

Copyright: Roman codavr
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Uploaded: 31/08/2011
Updated: 31/08/2012
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Tags: Киргизстан; Терскей; перевал Арчатор 1А; kyrgyzstan; middle tyan-shan; terskey; archator pass
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