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Borus - Cuban revolutionary's peak

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Хребет Борус, Пик Кубинских революционеров. С вершины видны вершины Большой и Малый Борус. На вершине установлена плита с надписью: "ПИК КУБИНСКИХ РЕВОЛЮЦИОНЕРОВ - плита установлена в честь 25-летия кубинской революции активистами первичной организации ОСКД строительства СШГЭС 1 января 1984 г.

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B: Borus - Banzay Lake at evening

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Text by Steve Smith.

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