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Kozyi Gory 1
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View from a hill in Kozyi Gory. Range of Kozyi Gory (Goats Mountains) consists of 3-4 ridges with dimensions - 7 km in longitude and 2.5-4 km in latitude. The highest point of the mountains - a narrow elongated cone, has a height of 487.1 meters above sea level. At 12.40 p. m. on 19 of July, 2012.

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