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On Dombar Mountain

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View on Orenburg steppe from Dombar mountain 295 meters above sea level. At the foot of the Mountain Dombarovka stream flows. Akbulaksky rayon, at 7:22 p. m. on 26th of June 2013.

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A: View On Steppe Near Dombar Mountain

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B: View On Akbulak From A Hill

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