Itchashkan River Valley
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Itchashkan River Valley

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View from a hill on steppe and Itchashkan small river. There's a triangulation mark on the top for altitude of 243 m.  At 4.10 p. m. on 19th of August, 2012.

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A: Itchashkan Small River

by Metik Sergey, 1.7 km away

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B: View On Steppe Near Novopavlovka Village

by Metik Sergey, 2.0 km away

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C: Groves In Steppe

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D: View On Steppe Near Mezhgorny Settlement

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E: View From Meltau Mountain

by Metik Sergey, 5.0 km away

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F: At Kurala river source

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G: Urochische Prokhladny

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H: Mibulakskiy Brook

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I: Ravine Belaya Glina

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J: A Pond Near Mezhgorny Settlement

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