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Aituar Steppe 6
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National park Aituarskaya step (Aituar steppe) - a part of Orenburg wildlife sanctuary in Kuvandyksky rayon (territorial administrative unit). At 12.20 p. m. on 21st of September, 2012.

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Uploaded: 24/09/2012
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Tags: orenburg; kuvandyk; nature; mountains; aituar; wildlife sanctuary; steppe; national park
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