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Badema-Kaya, Beshik-Bogaz aka Dyryavyi Kuluar
Ukraine

View from rocks Badem-Kai (array Boyko), over the tract Beshik-Bogaz (aka Torn Couloir), looking like a narrow slit. On the cliff overlooking the valley of the rivers Kokozka, Suatkan and Belbek. To the west is seen the village of Sokolinoe.

Copyright: Anton kalkasov
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Uploaded: 01/02/2011
Updated: 18/09/2014
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Tags: 2010; nature; mountains; hiking; ukraine; crimea
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